Suites Duquesa Golf
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... designed, aesthetic historical monuments. I clamber around some of these structures which, despite this place being such a tourist draw, seem pretty abandoned and just left to decay. Many of the bunker are full of trash and crumbling. I guess people all just come up here for the view and for the monkeys, who seem quite happy to pose on the railing for a photo. After reaching the north end, I head to the south end where I head off the road to explore another ...
... backpack. A year of jungles, oceans, farms, deserts, mountains, grandmothers, lovers, monks, sailors, cathedrals, ruins, glow-worms and guinea pigs, cold-water showers, and Summer.
Summer. Summer. Summer. Warm insect nights, hot dawns, burning afternoon sun.
I've been running, often literally, along hard dirt roads in the Ecuadorian jungle, the sand fields in the northern desert of Peru, the Valley of Death in Chile, ...
... Apes live here. Such is the conviction behind this legend, that when the Apes looked to be dying out during the War, Churchill bought in ape reinforcements from North Africa. Today there are about 60 apes roaming the reserve. Entry fees paid by tourists and local taxes provide funding to care for the apes. I believe the apes are vaccinated and first thing in the morning, they are provided with some fruit and vegetables at certain feeding areas. The fine for ...
... Food is a continuation of culture, so if the custom is to eat goat head soup with your hands - you best get involved! That being said, when travelling to foreign countries for extended period of times, sooner or later you will fall victim to a dodgy tummy and for every evening spent rubbing your belly in satisfaction, you must also be prepared for the less glamorous nights spent hugging a toilet bowl cursing a local dish you cannot pronounce! As ...
... going back and forth in front of me and generally messing around at the counter but i did eventually get my ticket. Up until this point, i was still hoping to get the 17.00 crossing but that ship had sailed so i had to settle for the next one at 18.00. All the while my connecting bus in Algeciras was being pushed further back but was still makable. I got myself through customs into a waiting area of sorts where buses were waiting for, what i presumed was us, given that ...