The road goes ever on and on - A Travel Thread

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Post by Lancebloke on Thu Apr 26, 2018 1:50 pm

Mrs Figg wrote:
Lancebloke wrote:Only if you let the locals book your dinner venue and they choose a place called [Redacted].

Hmmm.... why can't I type [Redacted]

That's odd. And who is that behind me in the car? Is that a camera?


If you see any Ragistani bustle sellers floating about, they are my operatives deep state, one wink for a pink one and two winks for being smuggled out in an elephants doo-dah. Wink

I am not sure what need I would have for being smuggled out of the country....

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Re: The road goes ever on and on - A Travel Thread

Post by Mrs Figg on Thu Apr 26, 2018 11:36 pm

Lancebloke wrote:
Mrs Figg wrote:
Lancebloke wrote:Only if you let the locals book your dinner venue and they choose a place called [Redacted].

Hmmm.... why can't I type [Redacted]

That's odd. And who is that behind me in the car? Is that a camera?


If you see any Ragistani bustle sellers floating about, they are my operatives deep state, one wink for a pink one and two winks for being smuggled out in an elephants doo-dah. Wink

I am not sure what need I would have for being smuggled out of the country....

{wink wink............WINK WINK!}


oh there's no need its just useful for getting out of Ryanair one bag policy, elephants doo-dahs allow two large cabin bags and a small hookah. so you can definitely smoke on board. elephant

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Post by Bluebottle on Fri Apr 27, 2018 11:45 pm

Bluebottle wrote:There are too many pretty places. I visited an area of Spain right by the Portugese border and the Duero river earlier in the spring called Fermoselle. Very pretty and special area, even if it rained a lot. Made the shortest of visits to Portugal, a couple of hours, and ate bacalao, while it rained constantly.





Fermoselle, Spain:



Next trip is going to the Basque country, and back to Catalonia, I think, and also visit southern France by the Basque and Catalan borders. Nod

Strange thing, was talking to some Portuguese people today. Surprised


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Post by Bluebottle on Thu May 03, 2018 1:49 am

Just found out you can go by ferry from Andalusia to Tangier, would def like to do that. Surprised


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Post by halfwise on Thu May 03, 2018 2:59 am

Yeah I was at the Rock of Gibralter and was very tempted to make the hop.  Decided a half day trip to a whole different culture would be kinda of lame so didn't do it (though going from Spain to Gibralter is basically a whole culture change as well).





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Post by Bluebottle on Sat May 05, 2018 4:29 pm

Ah, yes, I remember you talking about that. As you I guess it might seem a bit much just for the trip. But think it would be so interesting, crossing the straight of Gibraltar and all that. Visiting Gibraltar too could be fun, a little piece of the UK in southern Spain. How did you find it?

But not at the top of the list, basque country and Catalonia first, I think. Smile

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