Edificio Marina Duquesa
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... the mountains, hearing freight trains, far away in the dark. Everybody loves the sound of a train in the distance. That evening the moon rose and looked even bigger and brighter than than the night before. We ate dinner on the terrace, in the moonlight, fine Spanish wine and brandy to follow. I ended the day on our balcony, listening to Riverman over and over, looking out at the sky and moon light on the countryside, feeling very ...
Tuesday 9 June 2015
In the morning did a quick run into town and visited the markets – fab selection of seafood – as usual bought some mussels, clams, fish of some sort related to monkfish, some crustacean looking things, and squid – I see a paella coming on.
Then we had some lunch taking in Cadiz's famed fried assorted seafood – this was really something.
In the afternoon, hosed down the decks and headed off for Sancti Petri where ...
... was driving them that way. If I would've put my hand up real quick I would've killed half the gull population in Europe. Upon return to the van our driver asked if we wanted to shop on the way back to the ship. The van said yes. He told us he would let us off in town, and we could return to the ship whenever we felt like it. OK, good plan if I would've discussed it with my feet first. After feeling like we just walked from South Africa the ship was in sight. Donna ...
... drive to destinations in Spain based on the name of the town on the road signs. Gibraltar didn't appear on any signs until we were almost there. Luckily, we did a good route study before leaving.
Gibraltar is a British territory, so it means crossing a border to get in (a border which is actually the airport's runway!). You hear a lot of stories about hour long ...
10:00am - 4:00pm
Following two days at sea, we reach the Straits of Gibraltar, one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world and only 7 miles across to Africa's north coast.
Gibraltar is located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula on Spain’s Costa del Sol and the entrance to the Mediterranean. It is a British territory with an area of only 6 square kilometers. It borders ...
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