Pension La Castellana
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... 8216;no problem, I’ll cut down the tree’ he said and ignoring him Richard reversed into a non shaded spot behind. ‘Please stay I’ll show you the toilets and shower’ he said, enter his cute little daughter with a bouquet of handpicked flowers. Disgusting doesn’t really describe the facilities the shower was nothing more than a rubber hose attached to the wall. ‘If you want hot water ...
... with my next tour group. There are 7 people on this tour, plus the
Portuguese tour guide. We all went out for a meal at a local restaurant, after
we had done a few formalities.
morning we caught the underground back to the same station where I arrived the
day before & we caught a train to Salamanca, which took about 3 hours. We
checked in at our hotel & then our guide took us for a walk around the
town. We had lunch at ...
... each other. A learning for next time :)
We took the front two seats and squeezed in. As soon as the rear four seats were taken (they fit 7 people in the taxi including the driver) we left for Tetouan. The drive was beautiful and smooth. The grand taxi is good for a short distance but I doubt I could do more than 30 minutes squeezed in like sardines in a tin. We reached the bus station (and the taxi station) and we got off to work out our next ...
... only to be told by the locals that this was not a road. Turning around a laden 800/1200 GS is not the easiest thing to do in a confined space on the best of occasions, but in a foreign country when you are outside your comfort zone with 30 pairs of eyes on you it is doubly difficult - heaven forbid that you drop it. The ancient Medina was amaze of alley, lanes , stairways, doors, archways and lanes, all very interesting and flooded ...
... m just not sure I’m ready for doing a lot of uphills and downhills… nor am I in the mood for doing any more trailblazing for now. If I take the wrong path, I’m going to find myself in the middle of nowhere at the end of the day. These last two days have made me realize that I don’t want to push myself to the limit, because if I do, I’m going to lose interest and abort this whole operation.
So instead I’m going to follow the Akchour road ...