Hotel Dulce Nombre
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This morning we went on an urban and agricultural "hike." Erin taught everyone how to pet a horse without getting bitten - which is a useful piece of information to have. The beach in Tarifa is beautiful and we had the opportunity to walk much of it in the morning. The students were given time to explore in the afternoon. As far as I can tell, Walker, Cain and Logan have never heard of sunscreen. They are currently a crispy shade of red. It ...
... over to the other side. Funny to walk from Spain into English territory ! It was quit busy and the Main Street full of little and bigger English shops like Mark's and Spencer and Dorothy Perkins and so on. We couldn't take the cable cart up the rock because of the strong wind so that was a shame and we wouldn't see the monkeys but no worry we see them so often in Asia !! There was a real nice atmosphere in this little old town and we enjoyed the typical ...
... herded to their nighttime pasture. The countryside was beautiful, the beach as well, and I wanted to stay much longer. We had originally been invited to stay with an American couple working with Peace Corps in a nearby town. However by the time we got back from the beach it was already dark and as we discovered last weekend it gets hard to find good transportation at night. Instead we went to the hotel Kendall had stayed in the night before, and ...
... all of my socks) that I'm basically too lazy to do it by hand. I swear though - the price of laundry keeps going up in the hostels I'm at. Here it's 4 Euro to wash and 6 to dry, which is unbelievably expensive. In the hostel in Madrid it was 3 to wash and 3 to dry. On the Camino last year, it was 3 to wash AND dry. Sometimes. Still, $15 to wash and dry your clothes is like new york city expensive. The water and electricity can't be THAT much. The ...
... dangers, and important life lessons Santiago finally reaches the Pyramids. His joy at finally being at journey’s end overwhelms him, and he is grateful that he got the chance to follow his dream. He begins to dig deep into the sand looking for treasure, but before he can get far a pack of thieves shows up, beating and robbing him. They force him to continue digging, and then leave when no treasure is found. One of ...