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... In the park there's an antique railroad engine which figure can serve as the backdrop for my video clip. And it looks like I have a pleasant country road to take me straight to Algeciras. Looks like this hike is turning out to be quite pleasant after all. Algeciras 8 hrs, 10.0 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 30.0 kms There's a trail that goes alongside the road to Algeciras. After a little while, the trail meanders off through the fields. I ...
... about it as well for today, but decided not to in the end. We want to enjoy this beautiful beach and also it may become windy. We instead arranged our trip to Morocco for tomorrow. There were mixed reviews about a day trip to Tangier. Many people say that you cannot see the real Morocco in Tangier. But in the end, we booked a day tour for 55 Euro including ferries, meal, and sightseeing. Our original plan was to just take ferries and explore on our own, but ...
4 hrs, 13.8 kms
The idyllic emerald hills and wild shore abruptly comes to an end and the beginning of the Ksar Sghir projects begin--one of Morocco's most ambitious development projects in recent years. It starts out with a couple of small fishing ports built out into the sea. But it's just the beginning. The "real" port--now Africa's largest, is farther up ahead, a massive, very modern commercial port being built out into the sea right at the base of ...
... it seems everybody knows and greets everybody. This is the Spain that I hope will not die out with modernization.
In the park there's an antique railroad engine which figure can serve as the backdrop for my video clip.
And it looks like I have a pleasant country road to take me straight to Algeciras. Looks like this hike is turning out to be quite pleasant after ...
... to boom, evident with the many cranes and construction crews around. The winds are really strong today so no one is kite surfing or even on the beach.
We arrived in the town, phoned a taxi and headed to Hotel Misiana where we have booked a room for 5 nights. We found Hotel Misiana to be a quaint small boutique hotel nestled in the lower quarter and a perfect location to walk anywhere. The Port of Tarifa is less than a block away ...