Costa del Sol Princess
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... staples: wine, beer, cider (they have Strongbow here!), bread, milk, toilet paper... ALL of that and more for $51 euros! Unbelievable! Shopping in Spanish was actually a lot of fun, too.
Other than that, sitting on our lovely patio, hanging out by the pool, visiting with our new friends from the UK, and dinner within a stone's throw of the Med were the order of the day.
... and sociology that no travel or history book ever could.
Networking – You never know where you’ll end up and you may well end up with an Australian boss, American co-worker, Thai customer or Moroccan neighbour – this is when your knowledge of their home turf comes in handy. You’ll immediately have a common ground and be able to communicate with them and bond over common experiences (maybe even throwing in ...
... and, despite all the problems of the day, i wished i was back in Morocco. There was the odd patriotic moments as i passed Sir Winston Churchill Road and a red telephone box but in truth, i just wanted to get to the hotel. Looking at Apple Maps, it was only looked a short distance but with a huge, heavy pack on my back, it seemed to take forever. When i did eventually get to the hotel, i jumped into the shower to cool off and get rid of the sweat the practically ran to bed. Such a long ...
... relocated there instead. In the small coastal town of Ada Foah is where the Gib Tribe will be spending their days; plastering, roofing, painting and equipping 2 classrooms ready for the start of a new school term. The fact that we will be beachside has relieved many of us, myself especially...as much as I loved my time in Ghana, the heat was often unbearable and I still have flashbacks of the day where the power cut exceeded 38 hours and ...
... the final answer.) Eric eventually convinces him that the last thing we want is to be in a moving vehicle after all our recent travels and that we will stay around the area to wait for our train. Our friend relents but doesn’t let us walk away until he has written down his name and phone number for us, insisting that we need to stop by Assilah on the way back ...