The second day off I’ve been to Tarifa. Our Hostess took us there. Back we drove by bus.
First thing we did was watching the old town in the center of the city.
It is so cute. All those small alleys and small shops. It was so beautiful. I highly recommend this if you’ll ever be there. It’s perfect if you like to go shopping for hand-made-things like jewelry or clothing. And after you have finished your tour, you can sit down in a small spanish restaurant and maybe you are as lucky as me and some tables next to yours a spanish guitarist starts playing! That will make your day unforgetable!
Small alleys in the old city of Tarifa
The other thing you really have to do is: watch Afrika! Tarifa is the most southern point of spain and on a sunny and clear day you can see the silhouette of Marokko.
Afrika from the view of Tarifa – isn’t it near?
Originally we wanted to go to Marokko by a ferry but back home I couldn’t find my passport. You can’t imagine how angry I have been!
Then the last thing we did was enjoying the beach. You have a very long shore with white soft sand! It’s awesome!
A very small part of the beach in Tarifa – and by the way not a really good fotography I have to admit
The crystal-clear water
Then after a very long but funny day and with some new things in our backs, we wanted to drive back home. But it wasn’t that easy. We went to the busstation but after a time we figured out we missed our bus. So we had to wait for the next. The timetable said 1 hour to wait. After 1 and nearly half an hour the bus came and we were able to drive back. That was our first experience with a bus not comming at the right time. And it wasn’t our last! But you know what was the most interesting thing we learned in these situations? Nobody cares! All those spanish people were waiting for the bus but nobody was at least a little bit annoyed. They are all so relaxed and easy going! I really love that!
That was it for today! 🙂
After two and a half weeks of hard work in Les Roches Marbella and 5 days off I finally have a working internet connection.
Wow that was a taff trip!
Campus Les Roches Marbella
The first 2 and a half weeks I stayed in Les Roches Marbella. It is a school for people who would like to study anything about hotels and gastronomy.
I was there with all my fellow students for a summerschool programm. This programm included everyday classes (always about 3 or 4 hours), the first week work in the kitchen (nearly 9 hours per day and also till the weekend) and the second week we had to work in service areas. And after that we had to write exams about all the things we had to learn during that time. … I hope I passed them :O
Okay I have to admit, that we also had some time off. And of course we used that time!
Alfredo… we named the statue in the back Alfredo! 😀
Hard Rock Cafe Marbella (Puerto Banus)
Well mostly we went to the beach to enjoy the sun and the ocean… The first time I enjoyed it a bit to much! xD I was red like a tomato!!! Or we went to Puerto Banus. It’s a lovely city! I can highly recommend going to the traditional market, into the Corte Ingles and if you are as motivated as me to improve your spanish you can also go into the cinema there. I’ve been in “Tinkerbell” or like you would say in Spanish “Campanilla y los piratas”. It was a very funny experience but normally I wouldn’t look a film like that. But if you want to party you have to go to Puerto Banus …I think the name of one good bar or club was Terra Blues or something like that. 😉 (but it’s always full with young crazy people… and I mean REEEEALLY full!)
But enough of that… To be honest it was an exhausting time. Even if I love Spain, the sun and the beach.
Well I had some days left to enjoy all these things.
Streets in Tarifa’s Old Town
View from Gibraltar to Afrika
Mijas from our balcony
These pictures just show a very small part of all my impressions. (I’ll post some more in the following days!)
But as you can see we (My friend Harriet and me) travelled a lot in these five days. Our first stop was in Algeciras were we had a flat for 3 days. From there we travelled to Tarifa and to Gibraltar. I was really impressed how easy and cheap it is to travel with public transports. After these 3 days we went to Mijas. There we stayed 2 days and then we flew back to germany.
AAAND TO KEEP YOU CURIOUS… 😀 😀 😀
…You’ll hear from me soon! And I’ll explain everything in detail to you! I swear! 🙂