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0679. Negotiating with Monkeys (UK 008*, 10B-031) Gibraltar, July 30, 2010 Day 332: 10 hours, 19.6 kms I get on an overnight bus to Tanger where I once again make the hike to the port and after a quick breakfast, hop on the first ferry heading to Algeciras. There I check into the cheapest pension I can find and hop on a bus to La Linea and into un-parkbenched territory. My first stop actually won’t be Spain. It will be Gibraltar, a place I visited several time ...
... I made it to a check point. Apparently all the beautiful scenery was not free to view, but instead was pay per view. 50p later and I was investigating a Moorish castle. A square protrusion and the highest point on the old walls of the old city. Easily distinguishable from a long way, it was the last point of refuge for the important people of the city. Next up was the world war two tunnels into the rock. For a cheap 24 Euros, you could put a *********** and ...
... Morocco) who spearheaded their invasion of the Iberian Peninsula from Gibraltar in 711 AD.We took the cable car to the top of the Rock!! Great views!! It was overcast as you can see from the pictures, but they say you can see Morocco on a clear day. It’s about 14 miles away. While there we saw the macaquas (the Barbary Apes). These tailless monkeys roam free! And look at you for any chance you might feed them.
... of Carlsbad Caverns! After we stopped here, went to the view viewpoint. From here you can see Spain, England (Gibraltar), Morocco and South Africa. You can see the famous straight of Gibraltar. It is a huge shipping port and shipping lane for the region. In addition to the view, we got to see the infamous monkeys that are a part this land. They rule the area and will jump on you, on the vehicle and are just about everywhere. If you touch them, they get ...
... the British were fighting the Spanish in 1779 - 1783. Incredible what they were able to do by hand and how far along they went. We were going to do the WW2 tunnels but they were a separate fee and figured after seeing the Siege tunnel, would be a letdown. After talking to some fellow travelers, we were right. And by this time, wrap or not, my ankle was throbbing again. So, we decide to ...
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Camino del Penoncillo 21, Manilva | 4 star hotelfrom $47
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