Parador De Ceuta
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Who would have thought Tenerife would be the place to try on my 'travelling boots' once again; it is not a back packers place of discovery, adventure or contact with the indigenous population but it is away and somewhere I had not yet visited.
The four hour flight from Gatwick was wonderful, (mainly because I had spent too long grounded in the UK), regretfully the airport assistance was needed to transfer me from the check-in to the aircraft. ...
... The baby is fooling around in one of them-jumping and stuff . Really cute! Be prepared to need your Kleenexes LOL.
On this trip I also saw Los Giganticos, or the giant cliffs. They do sort of look like giants and thusly have each been named desperately. I cannot describe to you the beauty of that Island-but there are lots of videos of that too. So ... pop some popcorn and be prepared to watch.
Aren't you glad this isn't the ...
... adventure for the morning went well and so Max and I embarked on an adventure for the afternoon. We had spied a fort in the distance, large and imposing on the hill in the distance and decided that we would make the trip to check it out. Without a map we just headed straight for it through the town and along the coast. On the way we discovered a park and a zoo on the steepest incline. Monkeys, Deer, Cocks and other animals we spread all up the valley ...
... he was more than happy to part with just the cable. It was a life saver!
The Evening turned out to be excellent as well. Just like in La Linea every church in the area turned out to parade through the town for the Good Friday Fiesta, and what a sight it was. There must have been around 10 churches represented all of which had their own outfit\ uniform. There were pointy hats and droopy hats, women in black and women ...
Our van swerved into the lanes meant for oncoming traffic and we began to pass the long standstill line of cars waiting to cross the border. Many on their way to work, to see family or to transport goods.
There were people pushing cars to save the gas, and people loaded up with goods to sell on the other side for 'Moroccan' prices.
As the van neared the gates, we too were stopped and everyone got out of the vehicle. We were going to ...