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There was a day and a half at sea before we arrived in Gibraltar. They were pretty normal – lectures, culinary demonstrations, the gym, arts & crafts for me, etc. We were scheduled to arrive in Gibraltar at 2:00 PM, but there would be narrated "scenic cruising" as we sailed around the rock before our arrival. We went out onto the top deck to listen, see the iconic “Rock” and take a few photos. They also had complimentary mimosas and ...
... only be described as hellish!! Imagine London like traffic with hundreds of donkeys and carts, over loaded Lorries, buses, coaches, bicycles and scooters carrying whole families, open trucks spilling with workers and pedestrians with a death wish probably because the pavements are worse than the roads. Moroccans are the worst drivers in the world they make up their own rules, cut you up, carve you up and miss you by a whisker then race and squeeze through any gap, ...
... br> We were joined by a father, traveling to Tangier to attend his son's graduation, and an University student, who was visiting his brother for a few weeks during his summer vacation time off. Both spoke English and our conversation was so lively that we barely noticed the additional 1.5 hour delay. This was our opportunity to ask the questions we had about things in Morocco we were curious about. They asked ...
Just a few minutes after arriving in Tangier Santiago takes a break and decides to read a book. As he was reading a mysterious man sat next to him and tried to start a conversation with him. Slightly irritated Santiago concentrated on his book and when addressed answered in the briefest way possible.When the man asks what book he was ...
... it would take him more than a year to earn enough money. Santiago had given up hope, but he needed food and shelter so he took the offer to work for the shop keeper. The keeper could see the concern and sorrow in the boys eyes, and offered to buy him a ticket back to his home country. Santiago did not reply, but after a few moments he said "I need money to buy some sheep." ...