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... 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of bus rides: 10
# of taxis: 2
# of trains: 6
# of flights: 3
... port. The taxi driver wanted a ridiculous sum of money but i showed him what i had and it must have been enough because we got going. It was still more than i should have paid him but i needed to get rid of the money anyway because currency cannot be exchanged outside of the country. Half and hour later, i was at the new port after taking the scenic but longer coastal road. I wasted no time joining the short but very slow queue for tickets. My anger was beginning to build as ...
... the street and not give a second thought to having cruised for some 2,000 days !!
We wished them well … how could you not? And then began the long trek into town. We ambled along the High Street and I popped in and out of shops and eventually we ran into Bob and Miriam, we stopped and chatted for a while and then they headed back to the ship and we pressed on for a while. Most of the cafes were filled with people and those that ...
... make an appearance again.
The lady at reception gave us a few maps of the area so when we'd got the awning up and made ourselves comfortable with a cuppa, I sat and studied them. There are a couple of coastal towns to explore as well as the nature park, and I'm also hoping for a trip to Cadiz. Oh dear, Rob went to ladies! He only realised after getting a strange look from a passer by. Can't take him ...
... to the top. There were a lot of apes hanging out on the stairs, and after all the signs warning us to keep our distance, it was pretty scary to pass them.
We knew the dangers of approaching a mother ape protectively cradling her child, so we held our breath as Tony passed first, followed by Sarah. Suddenly, a scary-looking ape approached the mother, baring ...