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... Gib from the spaniards but nothing about these two out posts.
I write this in the Alboran Sea, thats what I said, where the hell is that , well its what they call this part of the Med south East of Gib. Expect to arrive tomorrow about 2.30 pm.
Have got to Mellila. Spanish enclave in east maroc.
In a word HOT would not recommend. will add few photos plus a couple of an auto cervecaria we found in Ceuta. Interesting. Louis and the SCC boys would like it
Almeria – Nador 120 miles by ferry
I thought I had done my homework by selecting Nador rather than Tangiers. If this is easy I'd hate to experience difficult !
I got up nice and early, topped up with fuel and was nicely parked for embarkation an hour before departure. Sadly there were no other motorcyclists or English folk but I did chat in French to a number of Moroccans.
Friday, May 6
We left the parking spot, said goodbye to the French, and drove along the N
16 Highway that ran along beside the Mediterranean, a beautiful road
with very little traffic and fantastic views all the way to Nador about
120 km. Found a Marjane shopping centre at GPS location is N 35°
We passed through magnificent mountains, but unfortunately a lot of ...
on thursday at 6:45am katie and i caught a bus to malaga to start my 6 weeks long adventure(although katie will be with me only for the first 2 countries). Once in malagawe walked through the town with our big backpacks down to the port to catch an 8 hour ferry to Melilla, A spanish province in Africa, right next to Morocco. I started wondering around the ship and came across a lounge area playing the Avalanche, Devils game and I couldn't believe it!! out of all ...
11th October 2008 Camping Roquetas, Costa Almeria Warm and windy Some winds (they name them but we have no idea what this one is called) have been blowing from the Sahara ever since we arrived back in Spain. Yesterday, had we been cycling in the opposite direction, and therefore against the wind, we would have come to a complete halt. We know the winds are from the Sahara because everything is covered in a very fine ...