Hotel Pato Amarillo****
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... Then down we went and info Tarifa, which is a not only a historic town, but a jumping off point for Africa, so is filled with travellers. We travelled a few miles out of town to our site and down to the beach where hundreds of humans were playing about in the water with their kites.....Well it's good for them to get out and exercise so that they are not too much of a problem when you get home. Anyway, a lovely chilled site, (where I ...
Yesterday we (Curt, Dianne, Marcela and Gibran) drove our rental car a few miles east of Tavira to Cacela Vehla, a tiny village perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean and the eastern end of the Ria Formosa lagoon, a system of barrier islands and wetlands in the Algarve of Southern Portugal that communicates with the sea through a number of inlets, most natural, but one in Faro that was opened artifically.
The Ria Formosa system is important ...
... to check the campsite at Tavira was open before heading back to our campsite. Tavira looks lovely straddling the river Gil„o. We have decided to come back and stay towards the weekend so we can explore it a bit more.
Thursday 21st November
Happy 70th birthday Mum.
We cycled the other way today, towards Vila Real de Santo Antonio. We went through Monte Gordo with its pyramid shaped monstrosity of ...
Day 171 7 hrs, 11.2 kms Huelva is the last province of Andalucia a need to visit--and the last "revisit" I need to do in Spain. After this, I will have revisited and done a parkbench concert in every town in Spain that I had previously visited. Revisit: Huelva, Spain First Visit: July, 1996 It was the summer of 1996. After 3 months in Morocco, I needed to leave the country to get my passport stamped. While in Spain, a Mexican friend offered me a ...
... br> I loved these first impressions of Cordoba. That was good, because I didn't have much time there. I hitchhiked west to Sevilla. These 140 kilometers (85 miles) took me nine hours to hitchhike. Oh, the agony!
A guy who worked for himself in the heating and cooling business gave me a short ride. A stocky guy named Lucas, he wore a dirty t-shirt and uncombed hair. He said:
"People say there's a crisis. ...