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... urbanization with big chemical
plants and tall smokestacks ringing the Bay of Algeciras. The Costa del Sol of
resort developments that’s Europe’s Florida may spread eastward from Gibraltar
all the way to Malaga, but the arc around the bay to Gibraltar’s west to
Algeciras is majorly industrial and not very attractive. Hey, though, places
like that are what help make the world go around; not everywhere can be perfect
... at all times. Should added protection be required, lower the face shield to protect lip gloss and after market eyelashes. Protective clothing is optional, but if elected, should be of greater substance than what would pass a dental floss in the rest of the world, perhaps another gossamer thin top and a skirt wider than a mans tie? However a small handbag, oversized watch and a couple of extra necklaces should probably do nicely. If short on stature, adding a couple of inches to ...
... town to the cable car up to the top of "The Rock". There as a long line up but the views from the top were amazing. We saw the famous "Barbary Apes" but did not have enough time to explore the caves and WWII fortifications. Stopped I the Irish Town neighbourhood at a pub called the Clipper and had a cold beer. The beer was great - particularly after a hot climb on "The ...
... Phil arrived from Gib via bus and we readied for tomorrows sail. quick turn around town and found most of essex girls had already got there. dressed as only essex girls can. many signs for all day breakfast retired.
Wednesday and cast off for Estepona, another new one for me. guess what? 3 miles out to sea, fog! head inshore a bit and anchor! man overboard as everybody dives in. very refreshing and no great whites, I hope.
Arrived Estepona. Best marina yet ...
... Then I come on another surprise: there's a massive high dam that was built right above the port I'm assuming to protect it from flooding. Don't know why Morocco chose this exact spot to build their mega-port... I can think of plenty of places along the coast that would be a lot more convenient... To get past the dam I have to go back down to the port once again, where for a while it looks like I'm walking to a dead end with high fences on all side. I follow a road ...