Pueblo El Goleto Aparthotel
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... works quite nicely… There’s the rather unpretentious City Hall, you go through another old wall then a cozy, shady little cemetery that looks like such a nice place to be dead in… There’s a very colonial looking old courthouse of sorts… and that’s it, the end of Old Gibraltar. Next comes the cable ride which I of course will not take. First of all because I’m to stingy and secondly because I feel I should conquer Gibraltar ...
... said he was from Hungary. Shoot, a totally useless language outside of Hungary. I don't think even they like speaking the convoluted thing. We headed out in foot to find the city bus station that was supposedly nearby. Turns out Greg has little sense of adventure. He asked the first cabby he saw want the fare was. 25 euro. He turned to me and said lets take it. Considering the bus was probably all of 2 euro, I hesitantly said ok. Mostly because I was too tired to get to figure the ...
... ever since, water will not be a problem.
Back in Mallorca we had Orca hauled out of the water for about a week, to have the hull and rudder checked and some repairs made to a few items along with a fresh coat anti fouling paint being applied to the hull, so from top to bottom we have done our homework, I think we are ready.
It’s now daylight outside, things to do and check for tomorrow we set out.
To be continued……….
Next morning we took a 5 minute taxi ride to the border and then rolled our luggage into Spain by merely showing the outside cover of our passports. In Spain we caught a taxi to Algeciras, about 12 miles distant, to catch a ferry to Ceuta. Gibraltar's currency is the pound, Gibraltar or British, whereas Spain is in the Euro zone. So, we had to have the taxi driver stop so I could get some Euros at an ATM to pay him.
... here, so will the Brits. When Winston Churchill heard that the monkey population was dwindling, he imported some reinforcements...Continuing down the slope we came to St. Michael's cave, studded with stalactites and stalagmites. The whole place is made up of an extensive system of caves - but most are man made. Each war inspired them to dig more siege tunnels. The tunnels allowed them to live and fight in relative safety. One ...