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Travel Blogs from Tarifa
I love Tarifa, there is something very special about this place, it's hard to explain and stems from a broad combination of things, It just feels good here.
The beaches are very nice, the scenery is pretty and the people are friendly but when this all comes together consistently, day in, day out, you begin to open up and really feel this town, stroll around, smell it, hear it and look out over it. Tarifa is Honest, alive and happy.
... to, she would have found hers, and every other campers (stolen) belongings up for sale. Our initial view of Porto was not good! Seeing this, didn't help our mood, as we strolled through the town to the tourist information. Thankfully, while on a tourist open top bus, we identified some safer parking, relocated and hit Porto. What a place ... It was a beautiful day, and people were out enjoying the weather. Among them were students dressed neatly - boys is suits, girls in ...
... Spanish inside joke. Next to the statue 2 old men are sitting and watching people, like old men tend to do. I ask them for directions to a cycle shop. They tell me there isnīt one in San Roque. However, 3 kilometers down the highway thereīs a Decathlon which serves my needs perfectly.
After walking for what feels like an eternity Iīm afraid I passed by the decathlon. I ask a boy by ...
... small shopfronts in the wall. A guy had an 'office ' in a tiny alcove in the wall with a cat sitting on a single desk in the middle. Everyone covers up except for afew tourists who stand out like a sore thumb, however I still get too much attention as although I have jeans and a long top on, I am not wearing the normal long dress with head scarf outfit. Although everyone stares and some make remarks, it is all friendly enough ...
... moved to Rabat in the 50s after Moroccan independence, it now serves
as an active research center and museum.
Here are some pictures. Also, check out
the director's blog for some interesting info about the history of
the place. http://avuncularamerican.typepad.com/ta limblog/