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The reader first walks into the story following Santiago a young shepherd living in Andalusia Andalusia symbolizes the beginning of Santiagos journey Santiago made the decision to leave his family and his life in Andalusia to pursue his Personal Legend He decided that would all be worth giving up if it meant he could follow his dream Andalusia is found in the southern area of Spain and accounts fro around 17 of Spains territory Andalusia is very influenced by Arabic and Muslim cultures thus making it a great place for lost and lots of tourists We next follow Santiago to Tarifa Tarifa represents the start of Santiagos journey once again It also represents the choice he has to make between what he wants and what he already has Tarifa is very important to the story since this is where Santiago has his dream interpreted and where he meets the king Tarifa is a small town in Andalusia located in the south coast of the province Cdiz There are many villages around Tarifa that hugely depend on it economically After leaving Tarifa Santiago travels to Tangiers In Tangiers Santiago is robbed and left alone in a foreign country where he doesnt speak the language Tangiers is very important to this story because this is wear Santiago thinks about turning around and giving everything up He wants to go back home and get his sheep back so he can live his regular life again This was his plan the whole year Santiago is in Tangiers but last minute decides he wants to follow his Personal Legend since he doesnt want to end up like the crystal merchant Tangier is a town in northern Morocco The city is located on the coast near the Strait of Gibraltar where the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean
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