Hostal La Hormiga Voladora
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... was a good vibe to this place even if the KKK were in town!!!
We decided to stay out on deck for the sail away. Everyone should have been on board by 17:30 for an 18:00 departure. When you leave the ship and again when you re-enter the vessel, your cruise card is scanned. This has a bar code on which all your details are held. From this data ‘they’ know who is on board and who is missing at any time. At 17:50 an announcement was made in German and no ...
... might have been – maybe a less trusting soul). I wandered down to the boats and took a few pictures…I’ll have to see if they came out as I hoped. I looked down and noticed some sea glass….SO…..well – why not? I went hunting!! Picked up a few pieces of glass and some other sea formations and slipped them into my bag. Hope I don’t forget them!!
From the beach, I saw the Cathedral, so decided ...
Nhi, Anna, Justin and I arrived in Cadiz at eight in the
morning after a red-eye bus ride in which I probably slept about an hour. We
were under the impression that our hostel was a four-minute walk away from the
bus stop, when in reality it was two and a half miles away. We walked probably
about two miles until the sun rose completely and then gave up because our
backpacks were so heavy and we were so tired. We took ...
Santiago has now been working in Tangier for a crystal shop merchant for1 month. Santiago has given up on finding the treasure and is gathering enough money to get his old life back. He calculated that if he kept working at the rate he was going it would take him a year to buy a flock of sheep. the merchant told the boy that he has always wanted to go to mecca and its the only thing that keeps him ...
... quickly left the square and continued our sightseeing
We followed the purple tourist walking trail around the city, marveling at the old buildings, distressed wooden doors and unusual door handles.
This was to be a quick visit to Cadiz as the kids were getting a bit sick of wandering around the streets of ancient cities (they still have France to endure in a few days). We ventured back to the ...