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... descent, are much shorter than the typical Spaniard. Looks like there’s something for everyone here.
A lot of these joints serve food as well, and I finally settle for some paella—but unfortunately it’s gone bad, so I wisely decide to not eat it and get my money back… Then I continue on up the lanes lit up with thousands of colourful lights to the other sections of the feria. There’s a section with little rides for ...
... the rock we could only see solid cloud but it was amazing the see the mist rushing up and over the rock, like someone was using a huge smoke gun from below. Then up to the Top of the Rock before going down to the Great Siege Tunnels on the north side, which were all dug out to install guns to protect against land attack from Spain. Here we had wonderful views across the airport, crossed by the road into Spain, and over the frontier and all around ...
... to Algeciras is a very scenic
one through mountains and valleys, all very green in late April. It looks much
more like northern Europe now than what I usually think of as the landscape in
Spain. The books say the rail line from Algeciras to Ronda was actually built
by the British in the late nineteenth century to enable the forces in Gibraltar
to access the cooler mountain regions for rest and relaxation in the sweltering
I chose to ...
... liked the bike, saw the NZ sign and thought they have come along way. Then 10 days later in Portugal, the same bike! Chat chat, laugh laugh. In four languages! You never know. He was a chicken cage salesman from Valencia, and he covered the south of Spain and Portugal, with occasional trips to South America.
Dropped into Lagos, the city of the provence, on the coast. A European summer holiday city. Didn't stay long.
Pushed on though to Seville and back into ...
... want to and decided to become a shepherd so he could travel. He had spent his days walking with his sheep and had seen many things in his travels. When he reached the town, Santiago sought out a gypsy woman who was known for interpreting dreams because he had a recurring dream he wanted to understand. He told her his dream, in which a child took him to the Pyramids in Egypt and told him he would find hidden treasure. The Gypsy told him that he had to go to ...