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... help so we made the most of it.
We headed to the cable car that took us straight to the top of the Rock of Gibraltar. The ride was cramped with 20 other people but only lasted about 6 minutes. I hardly noticed the other 19 people as the views came into sight. And what a sight it was! I could see the whole of Gibraltar, the southern Spanish Coast and the coast of Morocco! ...
And we're off!!
Mum and Dad dropped me off at Luton airport in the morning, We were pretty early for our flight but I wanted to meet up with my group before we got on the flight. Once we were all introduced and checked in we settled in the bar to get a drink and eat the brownies Kristy had kindly made for us all. After our group photo we said our goodbyes to Kristy and Jack (joining in Ghana but had popped by to ...
... 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 ...