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... Orca over to refuel the diesel tank along with spare jerry cans, not that we will use the motor much at all, as the distance we will cover is far too great to motor. The fuel will be for entering and exiting the ports, and occasionally for generating electrical power if there is no wind or sunshine. This is unlikely as the trade winds should be steady for our wind generator and at the latitude we will be traveling; there should be plenty of sunshine for the solar panels.
... looking. We climbed through a window and found a little cliff that was in the sun shine. We took out our breakfast and started to make a sandwich...
Not even 2 minutes later a stinking monkey was upon us. I had my back to the way we came. At the same moment we both heard something close to us. When I turned around the money was less than 3 feet from me and he was eyeing my food. I freaked out! I stood up, threw my sandwich over the cliff and I think I ...
Now for one of the places that I looked forward to the most – Gibraltar!! It is a British Overseas Territory located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula at the entrance of the Mediterranean. It has an area of 2.6 square miles and a northern border with Spain. At its foot is the densely populated city area, home to almost 30,000 people. Again, layers and layers of history. During the last war, the ...
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 ...
... which runs round the perimeter was closed (due to falling rocks - common here!) about 300m from the furthest point on the SW lower road, and of course we had walked a good few kilometres to here, to find this out. The only way back was the way we had come, so reluctantly we found an alternative route up and across to Europa Point before catching the bus back. It's just £1 per journey or £1.50 to ride all day (blue buses only).
We ended our first day meeting ...
Other places to stay in Manilva
Camino del Penoncillo 21, Manilva | 4 star hotelfrom $42
Urb. Duquesa Hills. Cno del Pedraza s/n, Manilva | 2 star hotelfrom $49
Carretera Nacional 340, Km 139, Manilva | 3 star hotelfrom $394
Ctra Nacional 340, Km141 , Manilva | 3 star hotelfrom $47
Carretera del Penoncillo, 17, Manilva | Hotelfrom $34