Club Maritimo de Sotogrande
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Travel Blogs from Sotogrande
... at the end of the main street, pays a nice homage to the wounded of the trafalgar battle. After a visit there we found a shady spot to have a cup of tea and sarnies (well it is the British thing to do).
Our next expedition was to drive up to the top of the famous Rock of Gibraltar. Now a nature reserve with spectacular views and several interesting spots to visit. The first of these was St ...
... bottom of the rock and rode the cable car to the top. From there we started our walk down to the bottom. The first thing we came across was a group of monkeys. They were eating fruit and playing in the morning sun. Adam was quickly adopted into the Monkey family where they ate bugs out of each others hair.
Once Adam had his share of hair bugs we headed to see some stalactites and stalagmites in St. ...
I hate airports. In the last 15 months I have been through 68 different airports, some of them more than once, but none of them a pleasure. Hurry up and wait describes the whole, unpleasant experience that begins before leaving home and clings like a bad smell for some time after reaching your intended destination. In the meantime, you are treated like a simpleton, ordered about, suspected of wishing to perpetrate any number of heinous crimes and generally made to feel ...
... n stalagtites. It certainly is impressive and moreso that they have a small concert hall! The entrance was free for us...
The monkeys are next and theres lots everywhere all on the lookout for some bag of crisps or whatever they can get their hands on. I take many shots of these cute buggers and we head off to the moorish castle where Dylan, Bonnies brother works. After all those years he still looks the same! He takes ...
We took the train from Fes to Tangier and then a taxi for the 60 km journey to Marina Smir where Captain Neil was waiting to whisk us back to Europe in Koala.
I guess it was time to go home.
We stood on the quay, looking across the narrow waters to Spain with mixed emotions. For a year it had just been the two of us. We had gone where we wanted, done whatever took our fancy and responsibilities seemed far ...
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