La Linea de Concepcion (Spain) & Gibraltar

I can’t quite explain it but it felt almost a relief to be back in Europe. Almost like common sense had resumed and everything was a bit more predictable. For one thing it seemed very novel that drivers stopped for pedestrians at the zebra crossings. I gave th cars a distrusting look for a while,…

Tangier – The Gateway to Africa, Morocco

Tangier has an intriguing history but in more recent times has not been great for tourists. But efforts to clean things up a bit got us interested in spending a day exploring. We were advised to take a shared grand taxi from Asilah and I must admit to being quite excited at the prospect of…

Asilah, Morocco

When you make things up as you go the accommodation can be a little hit and miss. We are far from fussy though. ¬†We have after all slept in a shed, a blood stained concrete cell, battled bed bugs for 6 days straight and slept on a number of South American buses. But for every…