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Sep 18, 2015 - Friday 18th

We left Almerimar after a quick shop getting back on the A7, nice surprise, all newly dualled, missing out all the crowded towns along the way. Very little traffic today, thought we'd stop for a cuppie, but guess what? Typical of the Spanish, they forgot to put any services/garages/parking/rest areas anywhere along the whole 60+ mile route.Maybe next year? So we ended up in a hillside village with nowhere to turn around, whilst looking for a parking place. Another 3-4 miles later Roy managed to turn, we got back on the road, had to drive...

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Nov 21, 2014 - 2 day trip

2 day trip. 20 hours and half driving around 1800km through south of France then through the whole Spain country the ultimate south of Europe. This is the area of Gibraltar part of UK. The island we should see from there is a big one i.e Africa 𯘊. It is just 14km, 1hour in the boat from the Europe. And this time I saw delphines... fantastic. Customs: a big mess here. You know US customs how it is formally organized: here nothing organized. So first day in Morocco, in Tetouan close to Tanger where I get everything famous from Morocco:...

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Jan 6, 2013 - La muerte peluda

Well there is so much to say, i dropped the mobile on the beach, i thought i lost it on the road, so i went back a little bit to see if it was on the road behind.Of course not, when i got back at the beach there was a family looking at a mobile at the exact spot i was.They were probably looking for clues of who's the owner, phone number, address. Good for me i deleted the porn before. I am now in Algeciras, around 280km since my last post. I spent the new year'eve in a small town call Alcalà, where nothing happened. A lady gave me a bag of...

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Hakuna my tatas

Apr 12, 2010 - Out Of Africa

@@@@@@@ Wouldn’t you know it, as we left the La Tangerina and hailed a petit taxi to take us to the port, a man dressed in traditional clothing approached us, told us he was the night security guard at our hotel and grabbed our suitcases and put them in the trunk of the taxi? Now that’s a new take on an old line. When we were in Djerba, a young man approached us with a smile and ‘Don’t you remember me, I’m a waiter in your hotel?’ This is commonly used to befriend tourists from the large package hotels, where they cannot possibly remember...

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