Hotel Los Arcos
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... be charged for late check out. That was until his favourite song came on and he loosened up and joined the dance party. A very fun morning in our little room. Music is the best! We left the place just before 12 and walked straight to El Piano, our favourite vegan tapas bar ever! Breakfast time! We shared a meal economico with a pineapple juice and a water. Delicious as ever! This time we had Dahl and potato balls with rice and pumpkin. It was sooooooo delicious and served as ...
... the beach, climbing over some of the rocks, and climbing towards the top of one of the cliffs.
My hair reacted weirdly with the salt water. Normally I can smooth it down when it's wet and it will dry decently. Not the case here. It doesn't help that young Spanish women have long beautiful hair, and only older ladies cut it as short as mine :) My short hair definitely stands out, but I love it.
Classes are going ...
... bus station in Nerja. The bus to trip Granada is usually about 1.5 hours however we mistakenly ended up on the milk run, which took us through every nook and cranny between Nerja and Granada -- 2.25 hours later we arrived. I have to admit the scenery through the mountains is quite breathtaking though.
We had agreed to meet out host, Manuel, in the Plaza de San Cecilio. Remarkably we were on time and he didn't have to ...
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... in 1956.
Many buildings have a French influence.
Unemployment is a huge problem in Morocco.
Rabat is a University town. 25,000 students and the language used
is French. Many French African students attend this university.
Rabat has a twin city called Sale. Pronounced Sar-ley. Obviously
doesn't mean the town is for sale!!
The Casbah in the 17th century was a haven for pirates.
I am not sorry that I visited Morocco.