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Listening to Plej's Electronic Sounds From The Swedish Leftcoast

sunny 28 °C

I've been in Ceuta since last Wednesday. The trip here was fine, but became extremely boring by the time we reached Granada, or at least that's how I felt it. There was a very difficult stage, when I was driving after Inge finished her first turn: she fell asleep in her seat, while I tried to focus on the road, driving very concentrated at the same time I listened to Sigur Rós.Suddenly, their song became a lullaby, and I couldn't help closing my eyes at least 3 times. I finally decided to stop at a petrol station and buy some drink with a bit of caffeine, and I chose an awful warm can of Red Bull, which I definitely think that should be forbidden everywhere in the world. Inge took control and drove from then on, until we reached Algeciras, where the car was supposed to be returned.
The ferry was not as crowded as we expected, and the security was not as hard as we thought, counting on the fact that the authorities were pretty much concerned about the possibility of terrorist attacks on the ferries and the area of Ceuta and Melilla, the two Spanish cities in Moroccan territory.

Posted by joneguiluz 03:05

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