Marina Victoria Hotel Algeciras
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... your prize games of throwing darts etc. These games it looks like are run by Roma folk—this is what many of these folks do for a living, travel from feria to feria all around the region. I don’t sense any tension between them and the other people—except for one ugly little scene when a fellow with his girlfriend who’d been offered roses one time too many, took the rose and threw it on the ground… Overall, people seem to be behaving ...
... coast, Algeciras and Tariffa on the point, after which the water becomes the Atlantic Ocean. The next stop was at the Moorish Castle, built in the early 8th century AD above the town and then we drove through the old town with its very narrow roads and local parking tunnelled into the rock. As we'd all seen enough of the town, Carl dropped us back at the ship after a tour of nearly 3 hours and very good value at £35 each. We stopped at the Flying ...
... 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 ...
... the way into the city there was what appeared to be a huge bridge with eerie pylons out to our left. Exploration revealed that it was a Abengoa solar energy plant. The photos sort of capture it, but it was spooky when we rode up to it. Very quiet until you are right there and you can hear the machinery. Given that these structures could be seen from several kilometres away, and so could the light rays, truly is an amazing sight. You will see that in the second photo the rays ...
... and asked for one tenth of his treasure in return. He left her and went outside and began to read. While he was reading an old man sat next to him and tried to strike up conversation. It turns out that that man was "The King of Salem" and knew things about him that he never told anyone. The man told him he had to go and seek his personal legend by going to the Pyramids. He told him that the universe wanted him to achieve his dream and would conspire to help ...