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- Multilingual staff
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... reconnect with the trail again. The trail then winds along the grassy fields with hill forested slopes to my left, and jagged coastline to my right, with the mixed waters of the Atlantic and Mediteranean... and the mountains of Morocco beyond. The view is beautiful and symbolic as well. This is where Europe and Africa almost meet... and where civilization have blended and clashed for the last 1,400 years.
Just an occasional farmhouse along the way, and some pretty ...
... were dead. The commander was spared. They asked him why they did this. He replied that they were hungry from the war and needed food. Instead of being killed by a blade or a bullet, he was hanged. Santiago revived fifty pieces of gold. The following night Santiago and the Alchemist went on a ...
... the very tip of Spain. This is purely because of the way in which the North African coastline lifts a little north as it goes east. Like most of Spain, Tarifa was invaded by the Moors back in 710 to which it owes it's name (it was invaded by Tarif ibn Malik) and it's main landmark, it's very own alcazabar or fortress! It has a lovely Andalucian Moorish feel about it, with its fortress next to the port and a small inner walled centre full of ...
... about sailor type beliefs I will refrain.
The final word on the chinese timepiece heirloom. dropped on the floor in Duquesa shower block. was in same space as dodgey looking dutchman so decided against bending over to pick up . Side footed into plastic bag. I will consign to the 300 metre mark on monday.
Went to the £8 stall in Gib and got new one. This can't fail although it looks eerily similar to predecessor. Buggah.
... to it, belonging to the UK as it does.
We reached Gibraltar at 12:45 pm and after going through passport control and a little exploratory drive through the streets, we parked in a multi-storey car park. As we walked into town a monkey ran across the road in front of us. It went straight through a petrol station and parked itself on top of a building. Now that's not something you see everyday back in Blighty! ...