Hotel Oasis Atalaya
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... Señora y me looked at each other "Well, darling, that is so selfless of you, so kind and considerate, to go out there in the heat of the day to a lonely bar to let us have some space, we are both overwhelmed with gratitude" I couldn't quite catch Senor's response.
Sábado 7 Marzo 2015
We decided to stretch our legs along the dunes and cliffs. It was another wonderful day, we were content and as usual asked each other why we were ...
... to see a good number of storks nesting on the towers and pinnacles or simply standing on the heads of saints. Storks are my second-favourite birds (seagulls are number one!) and have always been considered lucky, so communities usually welcome them.
An hour or so later, on passing the church again, we were horrified to see a man on the church roof busy destroying all the nests! Apparently they can become so ...
... so we all guarded our stuff extra heavily.
There are multiple ruins spread out over the mountain from different groups through the ages. The oldest still visible ruins are from the time the arabs inhabited the area. Gibraltar was the entry point into Spain in 711 a.d. when the Moors invaded from Africa. There were also remnants of WWII bunkers that we were allowed to make our way through. Although today they are deserted, I imagine that at one point, British troops ...
... down the middle of the road-brilliant, it was like Roman architecture. In typical drunk logic, it never occurred to me that these grates had now become mini roadblocks, heading all the way up one of the main streets. But it was late at night, and there were no cars on the road!
I continued to do this as me and my buddies staggered home. Sure enough, as if God was trying to tell me something, a patrol car of Cadiz's finest could be seen driving up the ...
... with small, rocky coves sheltered by cliffs of reddish stone. The sea here is the Atlantic, with the huge waves and breezy weather favoured by surfers, and the air is incredibly clear and luminous, which is why it’s called the Coast of Light.
After 2 or 3 chilly days when we simply relaxed, read books and made use of the free internet connection here, the temperature warmed up ...