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Off to Spain from Dover on Nov 20 R U ?


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Caljoe, you've probably upset 90% of the users of this site now! But have a good trip anyway. I hope the gales, snow and torrential rain that are forcast for that month don't put you off, nor the earthquakes and tsunami that are a regular feature of Spain in Nov/Dec :-D
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We are going through the tunnel on the 14th Nov through France down the west side by Lemanns / Seymour /Bordeaux/ San-Sebastian/ Zaragoza / Bennidorm for a few days then south to Algeciras and the ferry to Morocco if this year is like the last few GREAT
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Hi,

 

We hope to be on a ferry around the 14/20th heading for Calahonda on the Costa del Sol to meet up with some friend for a month or two then a slow trip back home sometime in January, our proposed route is Dover -Calais - Furturscope - St Jean De Luz - Madrid - Calahonda.

 

Pedro, did you go to Morocco last year ? if you did I would appreciate any information you have, as we have been thinking about venturing that way for a couple of weeks while we are down in the south ?

 

Thanks

Brian

 

 

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enodreven - 2007-11-01 8:55 AM

 

Hi,

 

We hope to be on a ferry around the 14/20th heading for Calahonda on the Costa del Sol to meet up with some friend for a month or two then a slow trip back home sometime in January, our proposed route is Dover -Calais - Furturscope - St Jean De Luz - Madrid - Calahonda.

 

Pedro, did you go to Morocco last year ? if you did I would appreciate any information you have, as we have been thinking about venturing that way for a couple of weeks while we are down in the south ?

 

Thanks

Brian

 

Hi Brian we have been in Morocco for the last few winters we used to camp on the beach organised by the moroccans and we paid the locals but in the last two years that has been stopped but there is a new camp site just north of Agadir everything there is immaculate and not expensive approx 6-7 euros a day morocco is definatly diffrent from spain and we find it more freindly, ok their is the odd one but where ever you go you find this hope you manage to go as im sure you will enjoy it regards pedro
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If you going in late Dec/Jan think it would be good to think about taking snown chains with you ! oh yes ,last year south of Murcia to Granada on m-way lots of it on the side of the road thats why we are going back end of Nov this year.John

 

PS:That was on FEB 4-6

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