Hotel Dar Terrae
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... of time. Please forgive me if
I don’t always have the photos labelled correctly, because I am selecting them
from tiny photos & they may not always be very good. Cheers for now, Geoff (GR)
On May 7th, I flew from Paris to Bilbao in
Spain. After checking in at my hostel, I walked around town & it is quite a
nice place. One of the major attractions in Bilbao is the Guggenheim Museum.
... our private mini van to make our way to the blue city of Chefchaouen. Along the way, we stopped at the famous Roman ruins in Voulibis and were given a very knowledgeable and humorous tour by Abdul. We have all now learnt that the Romans all sat together on the toilet and talked politics then took turns to visit the "vomitarium" where they threw up so that they could continue with their eating and drinking! If they weren't eating ...
... drive was short though: even before we reached port, the convoy turned around and we went back to the hotel. Nobody knew what was going on but given the weather we could make a guess. At the hotel our guess was confirmed: no ferry crossing due to storm. The guide could not give us any firm info about the next ferry. Maybe today, but more likely only tomorrrow....
Of course we were all very disappointed but nothing you can do here. Since we still had ...
... Luckily there was double glass so we didn't have to change buses.
But this story doesn't stop here. A truck behind us was flashing their lights at us and we had to stop again because a door on the back of our bus was open, but we found out also that one of the little boys who threw the rocks had been holding on to the back of our bus and riding with us for a pretty long time! To all of our surprise, our guide told us that this actually happens a lot, because the kids want to ...
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Anyway we ended up in this big square and there sitting having a late breakfast were the couple from Manchester who we had given a lift from Merzouga to Erfoud just ...