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... up higher to make them more effective. The last siege was the French and Spanish against the British. Under the Treaty of Utrecht, Gibralter became a British colony.
As we came down from the highest point, we stopped midway to see the Barbary Apes. These are not apes at all but are monkeys from Morocco. During WWII, their numbers decreased markedly until there were only 3 left. Winston Churchill had more monkeys brought ...
... at the same place as hime. Whilst in the queue for passport control, another guy asked if anyone was going to La Linea and wanted to share a taxi. My eyes lit up as this was one of my contingency plans but it would have been expensive by myself. We cleared customs ok and got our taxi, sharing a joke or two along the way about how i had been played as a tourist in Morocco. B this time, it was at least 23.00 after the time change and i was tired so not quite in the mood for ...
... and they have been English for longer than the United States have been American.
Witnessed a very unusual sight - 4 peregrine falcons screeching as they flew around, ducking and diving. Apparently 2 adults were chasing their chicks away as they were now fully grown and had to fend for themselves. They had been doing this for the last 2 days. Tough ...
... in World War Two. There are many Barbary Apes living at the summit, tailless monkeys who are very friendly and are quite used to the tourists. The story goes that the British will keep the rock only as long as the apes remain too: Winston Churchill was superstitious enough to augument their numbers during WWII when their numbers started to decline. They are well taken care of with veterinary visits every six months, they have inoculations against any and all diseases, the population ...
... to eat and get a little dried out. Most of the little pubs we passed only had a few tables, and finally we wandered down a street and found a place called "The Clipper". It was a nice English pub. Debbie and I had hot tea, and the boys had beer. We had interesting lunches, I had a typical roast dinner with all sorts of veggies and potatoes and Yorkshire pudding (yum). Debbie had Moroccan meatballs and cous cous, John had fish and chips (huge piece ...
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