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Tuesday 9 June 2015
In the morning did a quick run into town and visited the markets – fab selection of seafood – as usual bought some mussels, clams, fish of some sort related to monkfish, some crustacean looking things, and squid – I see a paella coming on.
Then we had some lunch taking in Cadiz's famed fried assorted seafood – this was really something.
In the afternoon, hosed down the decks and headed off for Sancti Petri where ...
... British chap that drove most of the tour without looking at the road. Seems he's done this before. Very nice guy. First, he drives us over the active runway at the airport to the border with Spain. A very strange setup. When a flight is leaving, or coming in they close the road until the plane is out of the way. Just weird. As we were sitting at the border I could see the American embassy (McDonalds) over the border in Spain. Didn't see anything that ...
... to get across the border, but we only waited about 20 minutes. Gibraltar is both a territory and a city and measures only 6km square - so it wasn't very hard to find our way around - although, it is easier to get around on foot. Such a small place is not very car friendly! We made our way to the cable car station for a ride to the top of the Rock. In a word, it was ...
... an ape is 4000 pounds. The other highlights of the rock Nature Reserve is St. Michael’s Cave and a Moorish Castle. The cave contains stalagmites and stalactites lit up in pretty colours and a weird subterranean breeze. The acoustics of the cave is such that they sometimes host performances within it. Where as the castle is a medieval fortification that due to its location is visible from most of the town. While we were disappointed in not being able ...
... the rock and see the greedy Barbary Apes. The laneways were quaint but were a mismatch of cultures.
Lager lads would love this place with its ridiculously cheap duty free booze. One duty free shop had half a litre of locally produced vodka for one English pound!
The weather was again beautiful and many people we spoke to really enjoyed Gibraltar so maybe we’ve just been spoilt by the incredible and unexpected beauty of the Spanish ...