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... generally is crossing any border, we were totally surprised by people who just fluttered their cards/passports at border officials, some cyclists never even bothering to slow down, just making eye contact with someone along the way. Once across the border, we, as well as the hundreds of people and vehicles, drove across an active runway, towards the Rock. (An airplane actually landed there while we were at lunch. Two barriers, like ...
... again. She made us dinner and then made plans to go out dancing with friends. She wanted us to go out too but we are not the people who start to party at midnight. Oh Elena. Time for bed not for dancing.
Next destination: Barcelona, Spain and Susanna!
We added pictures to facebook and also to day 28.
# of cities: 16
# of countries: 6
... British stronghold during second World War. Once through passport control, we opted to walk rather than take a bus to the town centre. Interestingly, the walk passes over a live, working RAF runway. Weird walking across a runway! We also passed by a small fenced area with a pond, and were curious to see what several small children were oohing and aahing over..... turtles, all sunning themselves on a rock!! The town itself is very cute and very British, with familiar ...
... t I didn’t think were worthwhile stopping for a drink. After a couple of hours we turned around and walked back to the ship, stopping to look at the seagulls having a drink and a swim in a fountain, and stopping to say hello to a black and white cat which looked quite old.
A drink is needed !!
We got back on board about 3 hours or so after we left and headed straight up to Deck 6, Club 6 and sank into a Mojito each, chatted ...
... bus driver/tour guide was absolutely out of his mind, driving with no hands, through narrow roads, uphill, against two way traffic. I also think he managed to offend every single ethnicity for all of his politically incorrect jokes. He certainly took a shining to mocking the Americans, Japanese, and Arabs. First, we stopped at Europa point, with some of the best views in Gibraltar. Standing at the point, you are in the UK, looking straight head ...
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