Travel Blogs from Gibraltar, Gibraltar

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Tarifa - kite surfing around The Rock, Tarifa n', Gibraltar travel blog

Tarifa - kite surfing around The Rock

A travel blog entry by technotrekker

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... during WWII). Located just east of the most southern point in Spain it is a perfect base for guarding the Straits of Gibraltar and regulating access between the Atlantic and Med. The 400+ metre sheer limestone cliffs that form 'The Rock' make it a ...

We're alive!, Gibraltar, Gibraltar travel blog

We're alive!

A travel blog entry by gr8escape

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... and more info to follow, you poor saps, but wanted to give you the update. We ventured to the top of the Rock of Gibraltar earlier this afternoon. And saw the monkeys. Yes, Jarrod, I made friends with them. If in fact there are actual readers out ...

Gibraltar - Big Rock., Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

Gibraltar - Big Rock.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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After taking the ferry from Tangier back to Spain we decided we couldn't let the opportunity go by of not seeing Gibraltar, as it was quite close. Gibraltar is still a British colony (of over 300 years) and more British than the British!! You suddenly ...

Gibraltar, Gibraltar, Gibraltar travel blog

Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by kevandsian

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Hi Guys, You can read our update on Gibraltar in our entry from Tarifa, Spain entitled 'Waiting for Africa'. Cheers, K & ...

Gibraltar, Gibralter, Gibraltar travel blog

Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by m-and-c

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Well we were not sure what to expect of Gibralter. Just as well really as it's a strange mix of a large port and an old council estate ! For those who aren't sure what we mean by council estate, its a housing area where no-one owns property (its all ...

Sailing to North Africa, Gibraltar, Gibraltar travel blog

Sailing to North Africa

A travel blog entry by worldramblings

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Great trip - except for getting sea sick when I had to stay down below and do some blind nav from Smir back to Gib...  "mind the tanker!" ... It's like Picadilly Circus round there!           ...

Welcome to Gib, Gibraltar, Gibraltar travel blog

Welcome to Gib

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... . Beer for me and sangria for the girls. By this stage, Don Simon was gone and Pedro Martinez was their new love for them. Leaving Gibraltar is different, there is a line and if you have Spanish plates on your car, you get searched, they waved us ...

In search of the crowds, Malaga-Gibraltar, Spain travel blog

In search of the crowds

A travel blog entry by shmikes

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... another from over the ocean. The Spanish culture seems to have been gradually consumed. Somewhere back in the distant past I decided that Gibraltar was on my to-do-list but to be honest I'm not sure what specifically caused this to occur. Perhaps it ...

On Top of the Rock, Gibraltar, United States travel blog

On Top of the Rock

A travel blog entry by atlpilot36

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... during the war got so rough the entire civilian population was evacuated and didn´t return until 1951 I believe it was.  Gibraltar is definitely an interesting slice of the UK down here. Even getting to Gibraltar is a three hour bus ...

92 dni w Hiszpanii, Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

92 dni w Hiszpanii

A travel blog entry by kikizameryki

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... No i wychodzili juz tylko najlepsi. Tu zawsze wieje, nawet jak zapowiadaja, ze nie bedzie wialo- to wieje.    Gibraltar Dojezdzasz do hiszpanskiej La Linea de La Conception, przechodzisz przez granice,pas startowy lotniska i chwile pozniej masz ...

Rock On, Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

Rock On

A travel blog entry by bdsaly

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... up without a struggle given its position “guarding” the entrance to the Mediterranean. In the intervening centuries, Gibraltar has withstood a barrage of attacks, sieges and blockades the last one ending as recently as 1982 after which Spain ...

Spain Part 2 - Tom and Maria, Gibraltar, Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

Spain Part 2 - Tom and Maria, Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by thaidi007

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... it down without any mishap – though the smell of burning clutch was very strong, I was hoping Tom never noticed it!!! Gibraltar has a vast population of monkeys inhabiting it – real monkeys not the idiot people type and it was not long ...

Why Travelling is Awesome, Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

Why Travelling is Awesome

A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries

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Travelling exposes you to different ways of thinking, speaking, eating and living; it teaches you not just about other people but about yourself. It broadens your mind, challenges your beliefs, changes stereotypes and widens your horizons. It's as ...

I Heart Gibraltar Monkeys, Gibraltar, Gibraltar travel blog

I Heart Gibraltar Monkeys

A travel blog entry by jessicae

... on the cars! We got out to have a closer look and it was crazy. I've been telling people that I was going to recruit a Gibraltar monkey to carry my backpack for the rest of the trip, but unfortunately that didn't happen (they were much too small, it ...

Gibraltar, Gibraltar, United States travel blog

Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by pathenger

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Took the bus from Seville to La Linea (on the Spanish side of the border) Loved the little British colony of Gibraltar. Lots of interesting views, caves, gardens, monuments, shopping, and restaurants packed into a small area .. . favorite part ...

Gibraltarin herttaiset apinat, Gibraltar, Gibraltar travel blog

Gibraltarin herttaiset apinat

A travel blog entry by olesja

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... olisi vähän hassua jättää paikka väliin. Loppujen lopuksi yllätyimme positiivisesti, sillä Gibraltar osoittautui aivan ainutlaatuiseksi ja hyvinkin mielenkiintoiseksi kohteeksi. Ajelimme rantatietä kohti kaukaisuudessa häämöttävää ...

Yeah, went to the UK today., Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

Yeah, went to the UK today.

A travel blog entry by maria-puhl

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... amazing.  We’ve had many jokes about how we’d love to have them arrest us.  Well, anyway, back in Gibraltar – aka English territory – this was not true.  Back to ugly cops. And now back to your regularly scheduled ...

Sem planear, mas demos um salto a Gibraltar, Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

Sem planear, mas demos um salto a Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by byker

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Gibraltar... Iamos a passar por perto e vimos aquele rochedo enorme a erguer-se do Mediterraneo... Fomos la dar uma olhada a Terras inglesas. Deu-se uma volta pela zona, quando de repente se deu com um macaquinho muito simpático e "comilão"... ...

Day Three At Sea, Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

Day Three At Sea

A travel blog entry by travelingwests

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... strong waves are hitting the boat from the side, so it is rocking real good. Last night we’ve crossed through the Gibraltar straights, and left the Mediterranean and entered the open Atlantic Ocean. For the kids it is a terrible shock and they are ...

Gibraltar, Gibraltar, Spain travel blog

Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by ldanroy

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... was a small white van that held nine people including the driver. So off we drove, up the mountain and into our Gibraltar Adventure.   Our first stop was at the Pillars of Hercules, where legend says Hercules broke the land bridge between Europe ...

Hiking up the rock of Gibraltar, Gibraltar, Gibraltar travel blog

Hiking up the rock of Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74

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We flew through the border into Gibraltar as darkness descended on us. We had to drive across the airstrip in no man's land which was weird and then we hit chaos.  We had never seen so many scooters and cars in such a small area.  Trying to find ...

Hiking the huge British rock..., Gibraltar, Spain travel blog

Hiking the huge British rock...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs

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... as they didn´t seem worth it. The views on the hike were great and that was all we needed to enjoy the Rock of Gibraltar. As we were leaving, the road going out (and coming in) has a airplane landing strip which everyone has to cross. It had ...

Gibraltar-Placeholder, Gibraltar, Spain travel blog

Gibraltar-Placeholder

A travel blog entry by alex_merwin

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Our trip commences!!, Gibraltar, Spain travel blog

Our trip commences!!

A travel blog entry by hmax

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... a fabulous couple of weeks catching up with old friends in Ireland, on Wednesday 11th March I flew from Dublin to Gibraltar, through Gatwick.....after spending a small fortune on excess luggage charges (I'm sure I could have cleared the foreign debt of a ...

Day 29: Attack of the Agressive Monkeys, Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

Day 29: Attack of the Agressive Monkeys

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

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... a monkey. I have no idea how long we will be traumatized by this. We spent about an hour more wandering around the town of Gibraltar and then passed through customs with as much fanfare at the morning trip.  We took a bus from La Linea to San Roque ...

Lights of Africa, Straits of Gibraltar, Morocco travel blog

Lights of Africa

A travel blog entry by ferres

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After 2 energetic days we had earned a lazy sea day as the ship sailed to Barcelona. First though was the Straits of Gibraltar, the busiest shipping lane in the world and also meant a peak at the African continent. The only problem was we were sailing ...

And it certainly is a big rock!!, Gibraltar, Gibraltar travel blog

And it certainly is a big rock!!

A travel blog entry by sharkita

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... Euros - we like it like that!!! We ran into Tian who runs the Cantina in our old marina while sitting in a pub in Gibraltar and had a great evening with him, plus a couple of others from Port d'Andratx. They had brought a 30m motoryacht down from ...

PMA & TIA, Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

PMA & TIA

A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries

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... started off as a far-fetched idea over beers with the Chief two years ago  is now happening…the first ever Gibraltar MAD Tribe has been formed and we shall be embarking on an exciting and challenging adventure along the Ghanaian coast. ...

The Rock of Gibraltar, Gibraltar, United Kingdom travel blog

The Rock of Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop

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... in the next few days. We wandered around to all the platforms enjoying the various views. It was neat to see the airstrip separating Gibraltar from La Linea in Spain. The apes returned to be admired some more by a new group of tourists who had arrived at ...

They're monkeys, not apes, Gibraltar, Spain travel blog

They're monkeys, not apes

A travel blog entry by hippler

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... they have little room to talk, as they have the same situation across the straits in Ceuta, which is on Mainland Morocco. Gibraltar is a bustling city of British expats, lifelong Gibraltarans, and hordes of tourists.  It's really one big expensive ...

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