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... be a
good place for a swim. I caught the bus & train back to Bilbao & walked
around the old part of the city.
On May 9th
I caught a train from Bilbao to Madrid. It took me hours trying to find my way
out of the station in Madrid & it appeared to be in the suburbs &
nothing seemed to match the description I had printed out for the 20 minute
walk to the hotel. Eventually I worked out that I was at a different ...
... to beef koftas, which was beef, onion, spices and coriander, all ground in front of us. The second choice was lamb cutlets, seasoned with spices. Served with fresh cobb bread (similar to a turkish pide) and mint tea, the meal was the best we have had! Next stop was the magical Chefchaouen. We had seen photos of the blue city but you are often disappointed when you see the real thing - not this city! Although there is a ...
... would be still this evening at 19:00 to Ceuta. All teams did some final checks on their car, packed up and at 17:30 we again left the hotel and went in convoy to the port. Here we were told the ferry would still go but to Tanger instead of Ceuta. We did not care too much, as long as we could cross!
As we arrived we lined up for ticket control together with mainly delivery vans which were so heavily packed with everything from chairs to bicycles ...
I arrived in the evening with Kalid'h and was taken to a lovely apartment owned by a single Spanish woman. We wandered the streets a Had a sandwich and went to bed. The following morning we had breakfast in the lovely garden before heading to Akchor waterfall. As it turns out hiking up two mountains in flipflops is never a good ...
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