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... City of Tarifa has quaint, polished feel to it with its winding white and yellow alleys with cozy little boutiques and restaurants tucked away. It’s pleasant to see a historical place so well kept up—although it does lack that raw adventurous feel of the gritty alleys of Saigon or Bangkok. I reach the wall overlooking the sea with ruins of an old tower to my left and cliffs beyond, and to my right stately old Spanish buildings with a Moorish flair to them.
... late seating for dinner at 8:30 PM. So we have an early dinner.
Another wonderful day at sea. Unfortunately, I have succumbed to the masses of germs that other people are carrying and spreading throughout the ship. The one complaint I do have is the constant air conditioning which recirculates the air. They discourage you from leaving your balcony door open, so the air conditioning doesn't have to work ...
78-79 The boy tells the Englishman to pay attention to the caravan. The Englishman tells the boy he needs to read more about the world. One night when the Englishman couldn't sleep Santiago and him went for a walk and bonded. At the end the Englishman agrees to pay attention to the caravan and the boy agrees to read more about the ...
... beach. I have never seen so many kites in one place! They were like a swarm of bees zipping around the sky. There was also a healthy dose of carnage as a large percentage of punters here are learning with the kite schools, so there was kites crashing all over the place, taking out other kiters, families, loved ones, it was chaos and i loved every minute of it.
Marcus and i rigged up our kites and shot out to sea, well clear of the circus near the ...
... ve already walked some 50 kilometers from Tanger that he finally accepts and lets me go.
Whew. That was a close one. Now that I think of it, there are plenty of reasons why the police might not want to allow me to walk this stretch. It's very close to the border with the Spanish enclave of Ceuta with a lot of drugs and contraband going back and forth--not a place you want a foreigner snooping around. There's military activity going on... and they ...