B&B Casa Sol y Luna
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... farms. Just a nice first few minutes in Europe. The free bus dropped us off at the Algeciras port with very little pomp and circumstance. No info, no guide, nothing. Greg was going to Gibraltar for a business thing I was hoping Greg's accent was Spanish but he said he didn't speak the language. Maybe being this close to Africa, his French would work here. Nope, no French, either. OK. Won't be any help, but do you speak German, I asked. He kind of grinned and said no good guess. ...
We left Gibraltar in bright sun and made our way out of the Bay, weaving between a very large number of anchored ships before rounding Europa Point with no wind whatsoever.
We had to motor most of the way, but the sea was incredibly blue and the sun was hot and it was a pleasant way to begin our experience of a new sea.
The anchorage we were hoping to spend the night in turned out to be far too ...
... as a hospital during WWII. Now, it's used as an auditorium for classical concerts, and for fancy dinners. Glorious!
Then, we found the Apes' Den, which are really tailless Barbary Macaque monkeys. They roam freely all over the Rock. There's a legend that says the British will keep the Rock only as long as the monkeys are there.
Next, we visited part of the Great Siege Tunnels, which had been excavated in 1779 to 1783. Apparently ...
... hearing her screams round the mountain. The views were stunning and we could see Africa shrouded in the mist, making us even more excited about heading that way.
We were running out of time so headed back to the bottom to stock up on duty free booze, we could have bought bottles of Vodka for £2.99 but decided to splash out and spend £5.50 on some decent stuff. We ended up with 1 vodka, 2 Morgan's Spiced, ...
... a rock ' or 'solid as a rock'. It is also home to many Macaques monkeys. In the car on the way up, we are warned not to feed the monkeys and keep all plastic bags hidden as they associate plastic bags with food. The cable car goes 426 metres up the side of the rock and opens to monkeys waiting on the rails. They are pretty ugly and mean looking!, and when I rummage in my bag for a camera the slight rustle of plastic grabs their attention immediately. While we are taking ...