El Oumnia Puerto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Libya Oil petrol station next to the taxi rank beckons. We roll in over the broken oil soaked cement and exposed reinforcing to the faded sans plomb bowser. A short elderly fellow in grubby Libya Oil overalls appears.
‘Bon jour! Ce va?’ Grant greets him
‘Bon jour’ he replies with little enthusiasm. His front teeth are conspicuously missing with the rest seemingly not far behind.
We dismount Crumpet and Grant ...
... 8216;picturesque whitewashed town,’ I’d say it was rustic and maybe picturesque from a certain angle. The tomb of Moulay Idriss lays in the Mausoleum, under a three - arched gateway in the centre of the town, permitted to take photographs through the gates the Mausoleum is closed to non –Muslims. It’s said that five trips to Moulay Idriss is the equivalent of one trip to Mecca and every August it hosts the ...
... to park. It seemed Spain was more similar to the UK than we thought, it was like trying to park in Bakewell next Monday. We crawled around looking for that elusive parking space but with no joy, we crawled around again but nobody was shifting, we even crawled around the same route for a third time, I must have been feeling very patient. We gave up, drove the six mile out of town to our hotel, checked in early and tested out the sun loungers by the pool. We tested them for a couple ...
... small (with considerable share of fat and bones) lump of meat, covered generously with potatoes and other vegetables. In Tangier, most restaurants with have up to 10 different tajines on the menu, including somewhat adventurous but very tasty combinations like veal, chickpeas and raisins, or lamb with dry plums in a sticky sweet sauce.
It might sound strange, but thinking about Tangier now, from the time distance of few months, it seems that what I remember ...
... coast along the way. It didn't seem very far; probably just slightly longer than from Auckland to Waiheke Island. We also passed the rock of Gibraltar - which stands out along the coast and which has its own rich history - on the way.
We then boarded a quick cat (ferry) to Tangiers crossing the Gibraltar Strait which takes only 45 minutes. Because we were entering another country, we had to go through passport control, so we can prove that we have ...