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... way back up the road divides and there is another area to go. This is where I choose to work on climbing up while the others all ventured down the next path. By the time I reached the top Tim had joined me and we sat and waited for Walter and Bev (she had caught up to Wally by this time) as they were climbing together.
We wandered back through the windy streets with apartments to the main road and crossed the bridge. Bev showed us where she ...
... monkeys around Gibraltar. Our local guide advised the female monkeys are sterilised to help manage monkey population numbers. Alaska - I got you the most non scary monkey postcard I could find. I recommend you do not look at this postcard before bed.
When we were back on the ship we got a midnight snack from the buffet and went to bed. I have lathered up in Voltaren cream and hoping for a good night's rest.
Tomorrow we have a day at ...
... to clear British customs on the way in and two hours to get back through the Spanish border agents!! We didn't let the border delays phase us and started our extensive tour of the Upper Rock by hiring a cable car to take us to the top. The ride to the top offered some of the best views of the area. Fortunately it was a clear day so we could see all the way to Africa and across Gibraltar to Spain. Once at the top, Matthew immediately walked through ...
Tuesday 29/10 (Day 3)
We woke up early to a rocking ship! 60 mph side winds and strong
waves are hitting the boat from the side, so it is rocking real good. Last night
we’ve crossed through the Gibraltar straights, and left the Mediterranean and
entered the open Atlantic Ocean. For the kids it is a terrible shock and they
are quite seasick. Poor things! John & I are fine (I, Elah actually love
it), but for them it is a ...
... to get there. The first one is only a few doors down and we walk in, ignore the ATMs and join the queue. Thirty minutes later while still in the queue (but being entertained by the four elderly Spanish gentlemen in front of us in the queue who, although we can not understand a word they say, are equally frustrated and even more agitated by the long wait) I suggest that I stay in the queue and Kevin try the ATM. A moment later, I hear his familiar 'yoohoo' and turn to see ...
Other places to stay in Manilva
Camino del Penoncillo 21, Manilva | 4 star hotelfrom $47
Urb. Duquesa Hills. Cno del Pedraza s/n, Manilva | 2 star hotelfrom $40
Carretera Nacional 340, Km 139, Manilva | 3 star hotelfrom $400
Ctra Nacional 340, Km141 , Manilva | 3 star hotelfrom $67
Carretera del Penoncillo, 17, Manilva | Hotelfrom $34