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... sun impression. Any grass is dry and parched and serves to further put the Carmino de Santiago Path further and further down my preference list of walks. Still moving and the scenery appears as if will change a bit soon so it's 'adios' for a while.
The last part of the train trip into Algeciras is spectacular. Deep ravines and gorges, green and most unlike the mornings terrain. Tough to get photos because tunnels would cut opportunities. The train was late but ...
... handmade shoes (see the pics!) From here we went to a Berber Pharmacy. The pharmacist looked almost like Dracula and everywhere there was jars of random herbs and spices. We all stocked up on Moroccan Argon oil which is super cheap here! To end our night in Morocco we went to a traditional Moroccan restaurant with yummy food! This place was amazing- so pretty! I have to say- I was skeptical about Morocco but it certainly delivered! Such a different culture but so ...
... a talk about local spices and extracts. Here they had natural folk remedies for pretty much everything. And saffron.
A quick ferry back and we spent the night in Tarifa.
The next morning, we continued on our way towards Lisbon, Portugal. In our typical fashion, we got as far as Seville, about two hours away.
Whats it like?
Well, our day started being flagged down by whistle as we headed to the port in Algeciras. Fella was being very helpful, “You buy ticket here”. So we park and show that we have a ticket already. Fella gone. Another fella, “change money, Maroc closed sundays” He tried to rip us off but PJ got him. Fella gone.
We’ve been told that immigration and passport control are on the ferry, and you cant get off until the ...
... Lunch was a delicious Moroccan meal couscous cooked in a targine with chicken. I was a little skeptical at the beginning so just ate a little bit but it was yum. We also got to listen to some Moroccan music. After lunch we caught the bus to Tangier. If only we had more time to explore but it was pretty cool and very lively. People seemed pleasant and crazy at the same time and will do anything for a euro so we had to ...