Hotel El Capi
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Capi Barbate
Travel Blogs from Barbate
It was quite a momentous occasion. On our way from Cadiz to Barbate, our next stop, we passed by Cape Trafalgar, famed for the Battle of Trafalgar where Nelson died but won his great victory against the French and Spanish.
It was a bit underwhelming, actually. The cape seemed somewhat small, its lighthouse no larger than the many others marking ...
... heart, that's when you are closest to the soul of the world. They tell each other things, and how the caravan speaks to the soul of the desert.
Santiago started reading the Englishman's books. It taught him about Alchemists, and how they turned metal to gold, and purifying the metal purified themselves. They traveled and eventually found their personal legends. Santiago learned a lot from the books such as, the world has a soul, and ...
Thursday March 20, 2014
Book Reflective Entries 1 (Pg. 51-61)
Explain the principle of favorability (52). Do you think it exists?
The principle of favorability is when the universe wants you to succeed the first time you attempt try something new. When you do something that you've never done before and "win" then you think that you're really good at it, therefore you would want to do it more times. That's where the ...
Santiago is now in Tangier, Morocco in a bar. Morocco was very different from where is was used to in Spain. Most of the People were Islam and every once in a while the priest made everyone stop and pray. He felt very alone. He had lots of money with him and he was ready to start traveling to the pyramids.
At the bar Santiago, met a man. Santiago told him of his dream and how he was going to the pyramids. The new man ...
I took a ship to go to Africa. After three days, I came to Tangier,
the weather in Africa was hotter than I think. It was about thirty six degree.
The scorching sun, which could burn me which the heat. There were thousands of
people there, arguing, selling, and buying. The people in here spoke Arabic. They