Marina Victoria Hotel Algeciras
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... Well, if your Allah doesn’t let you sell alcohol, I’m just
going to take all my business and everything I was planning to buy to a store
that does! Fortunately, all over Spain there are Chinese-owned stores, and in
Algeciras the Chinese do sell beer and wine.
The morning bus ride to La Linea, the town on the Spanish
side of the border with Gibraltar, was gray and misty, but the whole distance
around the bay was in a ...
... of the helmet are encouraged. If you do up the chin strap, it must not be so tight that it has to be undone to remove the helmet on arrival. The fit of the helmet should allow the insertion of a smartphone between the head and the liner to facilitate hands free operation. On removing the helmet, make sure that you take a moment to shake out the lustrous locks and check appearance in the only wing mirror left serviceable - opposite side to the gravel rash. Ladies, wear as little ...
Woke up to a warm sunny day and a blue ocean. We are supposed to arrive in Gibraltar about 1pm. Travelling with teenagers is similar to how I imagine it would be travelling with vampires. They are largely nocturnal and prefer to avoid direct sunlight. However, I will roust them out of their lair and get them off the breakfast. Walked into Gibraltar and through the main ...
... most interested and I bought it. I wandered the crowded, there were a lot of booths, selling books, fruits. I saw a booth which sells ship ticket, somehow I bought a ticket to Africa whimsically. People here are very, I met an old man here; he taught me a lot of philosophies, gave me an epiphany. This is a very nice, friendly and proper place, very good for travel. ...
4 hrs, 13.8 kms
The idyllic emerald hills and wild shore abruptly comes to an end and the beginning of the Ksar Sghir projects begin--one of Morocco's most ambitious development projects in recent years. It starts out with a couple of small fishing ports built out into the sea. But it's just the beginning. The "real" port--now Africa's largest, is farther up ahead, a massive, very modern commercial port being built out into the sea right at the base of ...