Apartamentos Manilva Green
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... little prefab cafe area with the after work crowd and 1 euro beers so I headed there. I have become a wimp about cigarette smoke and even for cheap beer, I couldn't bring myself to sit at the outdoor standup bar tables because of the smoke. The Spaniards are relentless and unrepentant about smoking. So I decided to breakdown and get a McDonald's McFlurry and use their free internet too. Lo and behold, they sell beer there. Big and cheap. I know beer and McFlurrys don't go well ...
Gibraltar is what I think I would call a one day city, lots to do if you only have a day, but I think I would struggle if I had to spend more time looking around. In the morning I received a text from Tom, one of the crew members. He had arrived as I was preparing to head off up the rock. After agreeing to meet up later I headed for the border crossing. If you are in a car this is an hour long queue, checking for smuggled cigarettes and alcohol. On foot you just wave ...
... so much and I just wanted him to go away. Finally, after what seemed like hours, we managed to get away but only because the monkey found a plastic bag along the side of the path and got distracted.
I wanted to get off the top of the mountain and away from the killer beasts. I was so afraid that we were going to get bit. Our friend Elena told us that last year two of her friends were in Gibraltar and a monkey got into their car and bit both of them. ...
After two days of gorgeous weather in Malaga, Saturday saw us wake up to pouring rain! It cleared quickly into a cold & overcast day & we headed south towards Gibraltar. We stopped at a few caches along the way & managed to find a British cafe (with an all important English menu) for breakfast.
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The British territory of Gibraltar is a historic place at the meeting point of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. It is strategic as it controls the entrance to the Suez Canal. Gibraltar was a key base for the Royal Navy as early as the Crimean War and strategic in the Battle of Trafalgar. During WWII the Rock was strengthened as a fortress and housed 54,000 British soldiers who manned the artillery batteries. Most of Gibraltar's civilian ...