Hotel Punta Sur
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as long, empty beaches stretched on for miles to just become shimmering stripes of light in the distance. El Palmar beach was one we rested at but couldn't camp out on,so we headed to a site for the night. Next day we headed for Cadiz and drove into the city to see of we could find a resting spot as the nearest site seemed a long way a way...cue endning up driving through cobbled streets and getting shouted at by Bus drivers and a quick exit to El Puerto Santa Maria, sone ...
Personal reflections:Do you believe we all have a purpose?
Yes, I do believe we all have a purpose. I think that everyone we meet in our lives teaches us a lesson even if it is small. Our lives are just one big puzzle and every experience we have and every person we meet, are all a piece of that puzzle and without all the pieces, you can't finish the puzzle, and thats why i think everyone has a ...
The old man said you only have one chance at your personal legend and you can best achieve it while you are young. Santiago leaves the old man and he wants to believe the old man but he is confused about whether he should stay and be a shepherd or go to Africa and search for his treasure.
The next day Santiago meets the old man he gave the old man six sheep and that means that he wants to go after ...
i've been to the Tangier.There are few people can speak Spainish.i saw many people smoke from a gigantic pipe and that they passed from one to the other.And i saw the priests climbed to the tops of towers and chanted.The view there is amazing .I crossed the strait , looked up ,and then i can see the wild blue sky.
i've gone to many places in ...
... of Tangier that used to be a fortress. I had never heard of it, but I guess there is a famous song called "Rock the Casbah." We walked in through the keyhole entrance and the tour just took us around the area. Throughout our whole tour we passed through a few markets that sold things like fresh veggies and fruits, and raw butchered meat. Surprisingly, the meat didn't smell one bit. They didn't even have fridges anywhere in Morocco (there were ...