Marina Victoria Hotel Algeciras
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In the morning I manage to still get up at a reasonable hour—as I have some shopping I need to do before catching the ferry back to Morocco.
Unfortunately, since yesterday’s holiday fell on a Sunday, all the shops take today off as well—except, of course, for the Chinese run shops. So I wander around getting what I can at the Chinese store—as well as taking a bit more time to revisit a few spots that bring back memories from ...
... cheap room in a pension near the rail and
bus stations for 16 Euros/night because it made for easy transport connections
from Ronda, for a day trip to Gibraltar, and onwards to Cadiz. When I arrived I
wondered if one of the tunnels on the rail journey might have whisked me under
the Strait to Africa. Algeciras absolutely feels like a developing country
rather than part of Europe.
I’ve traveled a lot and stayed in some pretty skanky ...
... on the tower, as we assume the reflector field hadn't been lined up. Those light rays were so intense that from a distance we thought we were looking at suspension cables of a bridge.
There is a video attached. Don't know if you can view it but gives a better idea. The link below is better.
http://www.abengoasolar.com/web/en/nues tras_plantas/plantas_en_operacion/espan a/index.html#seccion_1
Another day of walking and sightseeing. Seville is a tourist ...
... they spend a day in Morocco planting date palms. It is called Green Day. The students start preparing a year in advance by raising money - for every 6 Euro they raise, they receive an "eco point". Eco points pay for the purchase, planting and maintenance of the date palms, which is done through their partner organisation in Morocco, "Heart of Gazelles".
You would think there are enough date palms in Morocco, and normally there are, but ...
... six month sim checks. mind you Min usually gave me an idea of what was happening so that helped.
I forget what was planned so will update when I know. Forgot to mention We saw Literally hundreds of dolphin today, I have never seen so many at once. striped dolphin, very beautiful
We sail to Soto Grande to anchor and then night sail to Duquesa. the mooring is off the beach the swell is 2 metres. rock and roll. dumb idea. ...