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... our tent in the campground. Another cafe needs our attention and another pot of tea is taken for 'digestive purposes'.
Finally we arrive at our home for the night and a light dinner is sorted and consumed, conversation and maybe a movie from our DVD collection before bedtime.
We walked through the lobby and piano bar to the dining area surrounding the pool, our eyes drinking in the cool scene of water and gardens on an otherwise hot ...
... ferry back to Spain. We arrived back in Tarifa, found our car where we'd parked it complete with all its wheels and all its windows still intact - there was quite a bit of bird **** on it but hey, you couldn't have everything. We dropped the roof, basked in the 25 degree sunshine and headed off to the hotel just up the coast we'd booked the previous night. We arrived checked in and thought, stuff Morocco give us this any day. A pool and two little pools with loads of sun loungers, ...
... nation (60% of population are Berber, and 40% are Arab), it is actually exceptionally colourful and diverse. Faces on the streets range from African black, through all shades of brown, to very light. The variety is even more astonishing when it comes to the way people dress. Side by side on the streets of Tangier, there are women dressed in black niqabs and bare-shouldered skirt-wearing women. Between these two not-so-common extremes, you can see all ...
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">The 10:55 am train was the first direct train of the day to Tangier. At hotel reception, they advised us to take a taxi to the main train station rather than the Al Amir station which is closest to the Ibis. We hailed a blue taxi on the main road. All went smoothly.
... line. I took my scarf out of the bag and wrapped it around my neck to cover up any remaining skin I had showing and we headed to the other side of town.
We spent the rest of the afternoon walking down the beach. Tangier really was just a port town and not a whole lot else to it. It was a city, very busy with traffic and construction and not much in the way of views. It was also incredibly noisy and didn't really give you a chance to relax. But ...