Posts Tagged “Buses Abroad”

Travelling Seville For a Day!

By | August 6, 2011

It’s the last hour of our flight to Toronto with Air Transat after a week of travelling throughout Spain. Honestly, I’m really impressed I made my way back to Madrid, to the airport and on to this flight! lol I swear, it’s been a mission and a half. It’s been an adventure alright! I arrived […]

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Archangel Michael told me not to go to Morocco. He was also selling toilet paper at the beach in Tarifa!

By | August 5, 2011

Sitting having a beer while writing in my journal….. After my sangria, I walked around the streets of old Tarifa. Absolutely gorgeous! Tarifa, I love thee! I walked along the coast where they have daily ferries from Tarifa to Tanger in Morocco. Tanger is a shirt 35 minute ferry ride across from Tarifa. A one […]

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Going By Bus From Granada to Tarifa

By | July 25, 2011

Surrounded by so many beaches to choose from near Granada that I could travel to, I decided to go to the furthest one: Tarifa. ( Well almost furthest!) To go from Granada to Tarifa by bus, you first must take a one hour and 45 minute bus ride to Malaga and then get another bus […]

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Appreciating Toronto’s TTC Bus drivers in Spain! xoxo

By | July 13, 2011

Wow, foreign bus drivers really make me appreciate Toronto’s TTC driver even more! So listen what happened. lol To get to the Hostel Makuto, I was told to take the number 3 or 33 bus to the Cathedral and from there I would walk through the Arabic Market until I reached. I got out of […]

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On a bus to Granada next to a creeper. Yuk!

By | July 12, 2011

I’m on the bus to Granada. I just changed my seat to the very back because of a person I consider a CREEPER!! So, getting on this bus a man in his 50’s gave me a big smile. You know me, I smile to the world, but in this case my intuition was saying ” […]

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