Barcelo Estepona Thalasso Spa
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... We decided to stay local today and pick up a few things from the Mercadona (supermarket). Reading labels is interesting to say the least. It's like everything is in a different language. Ha ha! However, wine has it's own aisle and it is pretty simple to choose queso (cheese), jamon (ham), and baguette (self explanatory). We felt smug as we again left the ...
... of the runway. What would Homeland Security ever think about this ?
Back to the tunnels - these tunnels date back to the 1730's with over a hundred miles of tunnels that honeycomb throughout this huge mountain, tunnels that used to accommodate as
many as 16,000 men at one time. Given that we were on the far side of the "rock" and quite a distance from the cable car - the group decision was that we'd walk it down. ...
... next port over, and we found the crew in the local cafe on the way. I somehow recognised Captain Steve through a clouded window.
Sitting down everyone was tired following their 6 day sail to la linea. I spied the best hamburger for a long time. Cheese, bacon, salad and egg with chips and super sized, HAMBURGUESSA! A great end to a great day, and finally we were on a boat, yeah! But with no electrics and time to wait for insurance and fixes. What would this ...
... After about an hour or so of hiking we found ourselves on the road that passed under the cable car. This is where it got dangerous. The stinking monkeys started to show up.
Now we knew that there were monkeys on the mountain but we thought that they were in enclosures about half way up and not running loose at the top. These animals were HUGE! I would say about 40 to 80 pounds on average and if they stood up they were almost taller than me. We ...
... strange little place; it is part of Spain but British overseas territory so everyone has British accents! It’s only 6.8 square kilometers big and the only landmark is the rock of Gibraltar. We’ve stopped here to get fuel before our last leg to Malta. The fuel to run this boat for one hour costs 100 euros, crazy!
So while ...