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Pintxos, beer, pintxos, beer………..!!!

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We were now in the Basque region of Spain where drinking beer and eating pintxos is a way of life, and here we tried our best to sample as many as time would allow. Vitoria – Gasteiz From our park next to the canal it was a 200 kilometer drive on the excellent Spanish roads. […]Continue reading «Pintxos, beer, pintxos, beer………..!!!»

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Caceres, Salamanca and the latest fridge report! 

We reached Caceres at midday and proceeded to a motorhome repair workshop on the out skirts of town. The friendly staff at the workshop said they would have a look at it in half an hour. Not knowing how long they would take it was decided that I would drop off Jenny and Lori in […]Continue reading «Caceres, Salamanca and the latest fridge report! »

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Seville, didn’t get a haircut!

In the morning we could see girls and women all with pink shirts on making their way into the city, we guessed that there was a fun run happening in support of breast cancer. As we crossed the bridge the road was crowded and there was sea of pink shirts coming from the city centre. […]Continue reading «Seville, didn’t get a haircut!»

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Help me Ronda, help help me Ronda.

I said I would stop using songs for the titles of my blogs but this time I couldn’t help it. Even though the  Beach Boys song does spell  Ronda differently.  We had a quiet night in the carpark even though it was in a residential part of town. 6 other motorhomes also used the site, […]Continue reading «Help me Ronda, help help me Ronda.»

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Gibraltar

Our carpark for the night was part of a sports complex and a 10 minute walk to the British territory of Gibraltar. As you go in the border guards glance at your passport on the way through. After the border check it’s a walk across the tarmac of the airport. We had to wait for […]Continue reading «Gibraltar»

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Meknes and a fun border crossing, not!!

We left the campsite at Fez mid-morning after saying our farewells to Robin and exchanging contact details. Before going any further let met explain a couple of things about the campsite. It was very highly rated and the lawns and gardens were well kept but the showers were awful. In the cubicles that had working […]Continue reading «Meknes and a fun border crossing, not!!»

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Meeting old and new friends!!

We left our quiet campsite set among the palm trees and headed north in the direction of Fez, knowing that it would be too far to reach that day. The drive was slow going which is normal for Morocco but with plenty of interesting sights along the way. By mid afternoon we had reached the […]Continue reading «Meeting old and new friends!!»

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Camels, sand, we must be in the desert!

We arrived at Merzouga as it was getting dark, we had spent more time in Rissani than planned. There are numerous auberges along the edge of the desert and we picked one which had a pool as the weather was quite warm, in the low thirties. We were warmly greeted by the staff and after […]Continue reading «Camels, sand, we must be in the desert!»

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Kasbah’s and Movie sets.

After an enjoyable couple of days we left Marrakech and headed east up into the the High Atlas Mountains which was a windy steep road. At its highest point it was 2260 metres above sea level. It took longer than we planned as many times we were stuck behind slow moving trucks and passing places […]Continue reading «Kasbah’s and Movie sets.»

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They had me at sheepshead or a couple of days in Marrakech 

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We arrived in Marrakech at lunch time and parked the Bunyip in a 24 hour carpark a 3 minute walk to the central square. 80 dirhams per 24 hours in a guarded place and so close to the centre, bargain. It was hot and our plan was not to sleep in the Bunyip but to […]Continue reading «They had me at sheepshead or a couple of days in Marrakech »

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