Marina Mariola Marbella
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... in Morocco. I figured that I'd rather spend another night in Morocco than go across to Spain in weather that was unsafe. We continued on with our co traveller once more asking for toilet stops frequently. When we got closer to Tanger mr Soussi received another call to say we would now be going from Tanger-Med. He said we would be leaving at 12.30 or 1.00. He painted out the ferry which was called .............Express & joked that ...
Next I drove to Ronda, where there is a famous 'new bridge', built in 1784, and the town sits both sides of a deep gorge. The campsite was about 15 mins walk from the town, the only thing i didn't like about it was that it was on a very slight slope, enough though that i felt i had to fight rolling to one side of my van in my sleep, making for rather disturbed ...
... to the Rock of Gibraltor, U.K., Morroco, Africa and into the mountains that rise up from this seaside town.
It was nice to be back in Spain again, with the warm climate, relaxed culture, street fairs and beaches. We spent most of our time cleaning, cooking, yard work and redesigning a courtyard. We also took some day trips to beaches and small towns. One such trip found us in the ...
... returned after that but that museum is one of three Picasso museums in the world. He saw the world so differently to many other artists in his time. His works were so abstract and unique. He was after all one of the artists that defined cubism. One thing that I took away from seeing his works today is that art doesn't have to be perfect. So many of his works had visible lines from where he changed his mind or seen something else he wanted to show. Those lines ...
... quiet time reading by camping gas-light. Sadly, the peace was broken by our campsite dwellers who were in the bar rebel-rousing and having loud arguments - they must get a different clientele at the weekend!
We've managed to get through a number of books during this trip. I'm now into 'The Bronte Story' (by Margaret Lane), Rob's cantering through 'Galahad at Blandings' (by P G Wodehouse) - and he's doing quite a bit of chuckling too!