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And today we would go to Africa! This was a first for both Logan and I and we were very excited. We drove down to Tarifa, which was a very cool town in Spain. They are known for the amount of wind that goes through the area which has the entire area covered in wind turbines and draws a very large group of wind surfers and kite …
... worked in Spain for 8 years, with a Spanish wife & child but having returned home to Morocco as he can no longer find work in Spain. We decide to accept his offer. He spends several hours maneuvering his way & ours through the labyrinth of streets showing us some vistas of the port, some houses of famous people who have lived in Tangier, a few parks, one containing an eight hundred year old tree and one containing German graves dating from the early ...
... On the ferry we followed what everyone else was doing and got into a queue to have our custom sheets checked and our passports stamped. Then we got to Tangier, and continued to follow everyone off the boat to a security check. The check was mainly for the bags as a lot of people were beeping going through the metal detector, but no one really cared. Now starts the hassling. Jess had prepared us well with all the reading material ...
... And I’m on a boring, straight, shadeless stretch, past empty fields and a few random industrial buildings. And, unlike, late afternoon hiking, when you hike in the morning you know it’s just going to get worse and worse, further dampening the spirits. It’s one thing to hike a boring stretch in the cool of the evening as I did from M’diq to Tetouan—which was actually quite soothing. ...