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... they are dry, I love doing this for some strange reason and think i might start flapping dishes at home!! Once the booze had run out we all drifted off to our tents.
The following morning we had to be up for a 7am breakfast of french toast and fruit. After the flapping we split into two groups and were shown around the Truck, had a tent demo and went through all of our paperwork.
The rest of the day ...
... and, despite all the problems of the day, i wished i was back in Morocco. There was the odd patriotic moments as i passed Sir Winston Churchill Road and a red telephone box but in truth, i just wanted to get to the hotel. Looking at Apple Maps, it was only looked a short distance but with a huge, heavy pack on my back, it seemed to take forever. When i did eventually get to the hotel, i jumped into the shower to cool off and get rid of the sweat the practically ran to bed. Such a long ...
... but we didn't feel pressured to buy. We found a suitable cafe for our morning coffee and were charmed by the proprietor, who offered to take a photograph of us. Lunch was taken on board ship, then it was back into Corfu for another couple of hours in the afternoon. During lunchtime the Costa Magica came into port and tied up across the other side of the quay from us. It towered over our little ship and disgorged hundreds of people. When we had cast ...
... not had the golden arches, this place could easily have passed for a quality establishment.) While standing on the corner, looking completely lost and confused I’m sure, a tan skinny man with shorts and a Louis Vuitton baseball hat walks by and asks if we need any help. It’s instantly obvious (to me) that this guy must live here, is in between errands perhaps, ...
... quickly went out the window when we discovered there aren't really any budget options. So we stayed in a Spanish town alongside Gibraltar named La Linea Dela Concepcion. A short 10 minute walk took us to our third border crossing of the day, with a quick flash of our passports from 2m away being sufficient for the agents there. A few minutes later and were walking across the main international runway. The main road into the ...
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