Alojamiento Rural ElCubillo
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... on a park bench for a bit, then continue on into the heart of the city-- which is pretty much abandoned. The contrast with the bustling new shopping mall across the tracks couldn’t be more stark. And it isn’t just the air conditioning. In the mall shops are open all day long, 6 or 7 days a week. In the city center, shops are open ridiculously short hours. Some shops say: 10-1, 6-9, Monday to Friday. That just doesn’t seem to be a smart way to run ...
... the dark, we'll see. We eventually got the sails up at 7.30pm 20 degrees off course but but the only way to catch any wind, we can tack back in morning no problem. Within an hour the wind was right back on the nose so on went the engines once more. Hopefully there's enough fuel for all night, we will top them up tomorrow when the sea isn't as lumpy. Well we're hoping it ...
... at the front by the stage, and when women wanted to dance to the music we had to pull back the table and chairs to give them space. One male singer and a guitarist, both superb, but very different to the show the previous night. They left today and we went with them to the outskirts of town to get them on the right road back to the airport at Seville, and then walked back. The walk happened to go past the Chapin stadium where Deportivo were playing, and we ...
We arrived in Tarifa (12 May), disembarked the ferry and boarded the shuttle bus for Algacaris where we were all to go our separate ways by bus - Mum and Dad (George and Wilma) to Malaga, Elise and Michael to Seville and Ron, Kerryn, Phil and I to Cadiz. Spain has a much more modern feel to it than Morocco, we almost feel at home after two weeks in a very different culture. Our apartment is in the old city, very close to all the sights. ...
My journey to Cádiz was the most trying of all the legs of the trip thus far. In an effort to save a couple of hundred dollars I spent 15 hours (3pm to 5am) on a bus from Tours to Barcelona. I thought since it was such a long trip, it would be a nice comfortable bus with TV, maybe wifi, pillows… I couldn't have been more wrong. I swear the seats didn’t have an ounce of padding, the bus stopped every couple of hours to pick up people, so the second ...