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... the only north - south road so planes can take off on the east-west runway just over the border from Spain. By the time we had lunch in an English pub in Irish Town, from a very English menu, we felt it was time to bus it to the border again, cross over and find a taxi home. Walked through Casemates, the centre of town, where they were preparing for the National Day tomorrow. Another fantastic day of exploring, and another country to add to the ...
... about 45 minutes to get the 18 km from Tarifa to Algecrias, mostly because the roads are very winding and you can't go very fast. It's extremely beautiful though. All these views from high up in the hills of the straight and Africa.
Got in Algeciras around 1:15 or so and bought my train ticket. The train from Algeciras to Granada is about 30 euro and takes about 4 hours, which is almost the same price as the bus (actually the bus can be more expensive ...
The king Of Salem is an old man that (at first glance) does not look much like a King at all. Of course, he is very wise and intelligent. Santiago met him at a bar, and he seemed to know a lot about him. He knew about his hopes, dreams, and told him about his personal legend. A personal legend is something you were meant to do for your entire life. The king ...
... thinking about becoming a shepherd again, the excitement of the idea was suddenly lost. He knew that he could always become a shepherd again if he wanted to, but he had enough money, and all the time he needed. Later that day he arrived at the caravan trading area. Before they left he spoke with an English man who told him about how he had always wanted to meat an alchemist. Then the caravan leader came and spoke with everyone about the trip, and there journey across the desert began. ...
... who he had wanted to meet for a while. She had "flowing black hair and eyes that vaguely recalled the Moorish conquerors". They had an interesting conversation about his education, and then Santiago kept on traveling. He thought of her a lot, will he ever see her again, and does she even remember him?
Santiago went on for a while, the sheep were only concentrated on food and water sand led him. They ...