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We have made the truck our home already, with stuff scattered everywhere, I’m lucky I have been putting stuff back as I find it, but the netted area is pretty full already
Just like to thank everyone for the comments so far, I’ll do my best to post more as we go along
(today it has been getting copies of ...
... br> They were playing with the radio antenna.
Last we went to the seige tunnels that were used in world war 2 with real cannons.
There were 10 cannons but 3 are gone so there was only 7 left.
And it was really hot in there so we hoped in the car and drank a lot of water and turned on the air conditioning and went to our new place.
The agent in Tangier was correct that there would be a free bus in Tarifa to take me to algeciras, the other ferry port they sail to. It was easy to spot across the small parking lot after zooming through another surprisingly lax passport and immigration check. On the bus, I met a guy who spoke English but with a generic accent. I didn't think much about it as the 30 minute ride was pretty nice with the Mountains of the North African coast were still visible and the drive was ...
... have a bag to shove things into and he was holding the water bottle and the tablet. The monkey could still see that he had chips out... and the monkey was very interested in it. He kept approaching until John pretended like he was going to kick him. It was scary because we were all alone on a small ledge with a steep cliff and an irrational over aggressive monkey. After what felt like forever, we finally made it back through the window, through the maze of ...
... sun, wind and water, most work or play here through the Summer months and it gets very busy.
The Strait of Gibraltar has a very interesting weather pattern and this is the main reason why Tarifa is so popular for climate and wind sorts.
It does not vary too much in temperature all year round.
This area is blessed with frequent gap winds, The most pronounced gap wind though the Strait is from the east and is known as the Levanter.