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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... I reach Chiclana during the “oven hours”, the period from 1 PM to 7 PM when everything pretty much goes dead in the summer here in Spain. But I’m determined to stay active during this time period as there’s no way that I’m going to let 6 hours of daylight time just go to waste. So I head across Chiclana, dodging into the shade whenever possible. I end up wandering through an area of completely characterless, hastily built shops-- ...
... City of Tarifa has quaint, polished feel to it with its winding white and yellow alleys with cozy little boutiques and restaurants tucked away. It’s pleasant to see a historical place so well kept up—although it does lack that raw adventurous feel of the gritty alleys of Saigon or Bangkok. I reach the wall overlooking the sea with ruins of an old tower to my left and cliffs beyond, and to my right stately old Spanish buildings with a Moorish flair to them.
... at, depending on time. As we spent a little more time in Ronda than expected, we stopped at one and then admired from a distance the other, although the road was very scenic as well through the mountains, and we saw a few more villages as we drove through the area.
Nestled in a valley high in the mountains, enjoys the wettest climate of any other area in Spain. It is a quintessential white village and is probably inhabited by about 1000 people. The ...
... the caravan because it didn't teach him anything. The boy isn't discouraged and realizes that everyone has their own way of learning. The caravan begins to travel during the night as well as the day. The camel driver tells the boy to live in the present in order to be ...
... to wave them all off as they were heading straight to the Tarifa port to catch the ferry to Tangiers. It was an incredible sight, 53 cars all heading out and about halfway through this process, the 54th car drove in, booked in with the organising car, looped in the driveway and headed back out.....no sleep for them!
It is still raining.....fine, warm droplets of rain! Never mind - tomorrow we take the fast ferry to the Moroccan sunshine!!