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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... your baggage or want a tour of the city or need a taxi, etc. I turn down everything. But these guys don't give up. They just keep walking with you and then expect you to compensate them for their time. **** them. Even though I only spent a short day. It was seriously disturbing how aggressive everyone was when you get off the ferry from Spain. I had 3 or more people try to give me a tour, a taxi or sell me some kif. My alias for the ...
... the decision to leave everything. I burned it like a prayer at the end of the Camino, on the rocks below the lighthouse at the end of the world – Finisterre.
I still have the same ambitions that I did under the florescent lights of that office – sit on a beach somewhere in strong sun, losing myself in the continual wash of the surf, tingle of salt-patterned skin, wet hair under a travel-battered cowboy hat. ...
... terror. There was such intensity to her movements, or rather lack thereof, and every muscle in her body seemed to be on edge. She was ready to run. I walked past her glancing briefly at the small blue book stamped with the American emblem. I get to walk while she runs with her weight on her back.
It was another moment where I realized the luck of the draw. I'm an American. I have a passport. I can walk across a border with a little blue book.
... the sea was huge and I was just happy to sea the ocean after being stuck inland for a couple of months. Once we arrived at the Moroccan-Spanish border, we braced ourselves for a potentially long wait, but we're happily surprised by an easy passage into Ceuta. We had to fill out cards with some basic info on them and the border patrol checked our faces with the passport photos, but that was pretty much it. Apparently Ceuta is known to be a very easy border to cross. Once we crossed ...
... up at the stars at the same time as out to sea there is some weird **** of lightning behaviour, like you never saw, having a right old knees up with itself.
I **** you not. This is an amazing part of Spain (it seems like only certain people visit.....surfers and/or hippies).......like the North West Coast of Scotsmanland transformed into the Tropics. Its the most Southerly tip of Spain or ...