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0679. Negotiating with Monkeys (UK 008*, 10B-031) Gibraltar, July 30, 2010 Day 332: 10 hours, 19.6 kms I get on an overnight bus to Tanger where I once again make the hike to the port and after a quick breakfast, hop on the first ferry heading to Algeciras. There I check into the cheapest pension I can find and hop on a bus to La Linea and into un-parkbenched territory. My first stop actually won’t be Spain. It will be Gibraltar, a place I visited several time ...
... and try to open your hand. That ape was then scared off by a big scary daddy ape. And a tiny baby monkey then climbed up the road and was instantly the centre of attention. He jumped from the road onto a tree and tried to hide behind some leafs. Other monkeys then started jumping on the minivans and one got very comfortable sitting on the side mirror.
After a while we all filed back into the vans and made our way back down and around the rock. We ...
... where we will once again cruise together until the next ocean crossing.
Since our arrival here in Gibraltar on the 1st December Kathie and I have been very busy with shopping for provisions for the trip and installing the extra gear that Rob and Laura brought over from England for us. Orca now has an AIS system (this device see's other vessels near us, similar to radar) and also a SSB receiver to pick up weather forecasts at sea when out of WIFI ...
... force captured it from Spain. The treaty of Utrecht granted it to the British Crown in perpetuity. It occupies the tip of a peninsula which is dominated by the Rock, one of the pillars of Hercules. Gibraltar has been besieged many times since then, but never taken. The Spanish claim it and want it back. The British and Spanish governments came up with a solution about 10 years ago of joint sovereignty for 100 years and then outright return ...
... terrain and is positioned on a tiny piece of land (3 mi by 1 mi) at the end of Spain, facing Africa. Britain took it by force in 1704 and has controlled it through both World Wars, the Spanish War of Succession, and the Spanish Civil War. The Spanish do NOT like that they do not control this area of their shoreline and there are no signs leading to Gibraltar on their roads. You have to ask for directions to La Linea, the ...