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This stretch of the Superhike I do 3 years later 1466. Ugly Sprawl and a Cheery Town (Spa 104) Los Barrios, January 11, 2013, Day 185 4 hrs, 10.0 kms I continue along a narrow road parallel to the freeway, pleasantly suprised. There's even a historical looking bridge across the stream. Looks like this hike won't be too bad... Eventually I do have to walk along the freeway, but not for long. Soon there's another side road through a sprawling ...
... a UNESCO World Heritage site).
Feeling quite tired from an early morning and a long drive we just headed to the campsite restaurant for dinner. We both had tagine which we have been looking forward to ever since we decided to come to Morocco. A tagine is like a casserole cooked in a conical shaped clay dish. Mine was veal and prune and my gosh I wasn’t disappointed! It was delicious! Ross had chicken with lemon and olives and his was pretty good ...
... out of Spain long before that. So I googled "Moriscos", and learned something I didn't know about Spanish/Moorish history.
See, when Spain decided to drive out all the non-Christians from their country, many Muslims opted to convert to Christianity rather than be exiled from their homes. These people were called "Moriscos". They were the tradesmen and working class--playing an important part of the Spanish economy.
Then, some 150 years later, a Spanish king ...
... up finding a free place to park along the street, just a few blocks from the border. Finally the weather had started to clear, so we might be able to get to the top, if it wasn’t too windy. We walked through border control, holding up our passports as we walked through. The guard barely glanced at them. Now we were in Gibraltar and had a 15 minute trek to the cable car, which would talk us to the top of Gibraltar ...
4 hrs, 10.0 kms
I continue along a narrow road parallel to the freeway, pleasantly suprised. There's even a historical looking bridge across the stream. Looks like this hike won't be too bad...
Eventually I do have to walk along the freeway, but not for long. Soon there's another side road through a sprawling new commercial zone with a bunch of big ...