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... Africa by the Moors after
711 A.D. There are only a few hundred of them, but they’re the stars of the
Rock. I want one to smuggle one out in my daypack to travel around with me!
Gibraltar makes for an interesting day trip (or cruise ship
stopover) because of its history and topography and unique status as a British
colony, but it is otherwise not really much of a resort or travel destination.
I’m glad I went for the day.
... too another thing you’re not supposed to do, but the children shepherd sheep and goats! Only those who can afford it, or who are funded by family in France can go to school. We thought the least we could do was to treat them to a sweet or two.
Missing Sally, our scatty sat nav, which only covers Europe (Richard’s admitted to missing her despite all the rows) we found ourselves caught up in the centre of Rabat, population 2.5 million, a drive ...
... each-other and Dave managed to hoist our packs onto the rack above us. Both of us were surprised they fit on the narrow ledge. Gradually, all but one or two seats in the car were filled.
When the train rolled into Al Amir station, the one closest to our Ibis Hotel, a big crowd was waiting to board. If we had gone here to get on, we would not have gotten seats together. The advice from the hotel was ...
... the tribal chief asked the boy to be the counselor of the oasis and gave him 50 pieces of gold. The boy started to walk to the south to meet the alchemist. When he got their the alchemist wanted Santiago to guide him through the dessert but wouldn't go because of Fatima. But the alchemist told him what would happen if he stayed in the oasis, and it wasn't good. So the boy decided to go into the dessert with the ...
... boy if he would work for him. He had not had a single costumer in days but seeing that when Santiago was in his shop and costumers had come, he decided that was a good omen. Santiago told him that he could work all day and night, but then he would need money for a camel to get to Egypt. The man told him that was not possible- He would have to travel the Sahara ...