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... that winds up the mountainside in the right direction. I follow it for about 45 minutes and...
A fence and a big sign that reads in Spanish, English and Arabic "Military Installation, beware: murder dogs" Aw sh--t... This is not what I wanted to see. I look at my options: 1. Go back down to the coast and keep trying to follow the coast. 2. Blaze a trail straight across the mountains. 3. Go WAY back to the road that should take me back up to the highway. 4. Take ...
... night. We had an included dinner at a restaurant in town so we all filed onto the bus and went into town.
We walked down the main street and down a side ally to get into our restaurant. We all sat down and we got presented with bread and fried fish balls. Our first course was squid and potato soup (it was terrible) with a main course of paella with a desert of cake and custard. After dinner we made our way back to the hotel for an early night of ...
... At first, Santiago loved his job, but then he realized that being a shepherd wasn't helping him fulfill his personal legend, and wasn't getting him where he wants to be. What Santiago really wanted was to travel freely and see places all over the world, and being a shepherd was keeping him from doing ...
... Channel. After some searching on their computer, they tapped into it and we are now the proud owners of fast ferry tickets from Algeciras to Tangiers for Thursday......Africa, here we come!
Last night, 54 cars came into the campsite, all kitted up in race gear, not all at once, but three or four at a time mainly from about 5pm until midnight. As we entered the early hours of the morning, three or four had still not arrived; apparently ...
... Dos Mares, the finest Accommodation in town!
This place was smack bang on the beach and very ritzy indeed, we felt like royalty here, it had everything, buffet breakfast, gym, pool, kite hire, bar, even air conditioning.
We lounged around on the beach for most of the afternoon before doing a little food shopping and heading into old town for a meal.
Old town is awesome, it is a narrow maze of tall compact structures full of music, ...
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