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Travel Blogs from Los Barrios
... a skirt, and both in the traditional Portuguese student cape. At first we thought there was a Harry Potter convention in town. It wasn't until we climbed the Clerigos Tower, when we saw the students grouped in various places throughout the city; some where chanting, some were singing, with others being put through their paces by an elder. It turns out, it was the end of the school year, and these were university students. After speaking with some young ladies, who had ...
... about all the injustices that were done to us... But we don't feel any resentment towards Spain or anyone else. Those things happened--but that's in the past. We want to focus on the present."
If only everyone in the world had that attitude.
Just over the last couple of years things have improved significantly on both sides of the Straits in this matter. On the Spanish side, they've finally acknowledged the injustice committed to the Moriscos--even considered to ...
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 ...
Hi all, it seems I have to explain why we sprang another leak in the engine bay! well the prop shaft as it passes through the hull has a rubber seal that is supposed to keep the sea out but this has a limited life (unlike the packing glands of yester year) and we have been travelling a bit more than the average so it is getting a little worn! The first indication is a drop of water getting in (nothing to worry about) and with the application of ...
I kept hearing about how great Gibraltar was, so I decided to take a short day trip and see for myself. It's an interesting little city. It's owned by England so everything is in English and in the English pound. You need to walk through the city and then either hike up a steep hill or take another mode of transportation to the top. I took the car on the zip line (forgot what it's called) and then decided to hike down. I think the reason to go to the ...
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