Costa Natura Naturist Apartment Hotel
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We left Gibraltar in bright sun and made our way out of the Bay, weaving between a very large number of anchored ships before rounding Europa Point with no wind whatsoever.
We had to motor most of the way, but the sea was incredibly blue and the sun was hot and it was a pleasant way to begin our experience of a new sea.
The anchorage we were hoping to spend the night in turned out to be far too ...
... 8217;t been an attempt by Spain to regain control of the area, they did cut off communication by land for several years and there have been issues with the border. To get to the top of the rock, the most scenic way is to catch the cable car up. Normally cable car carriages hold 30 people, however we got to the bottom station early and only had to share our one with three other people. Today was one of the more windy days, so on our trip up the carriage was ...
... has at least a vague mental check list of things they wish to achieve before they kick the bucket and that list is only going to continue to grow bigger unless you get out there and do something about it. Throw caution to the wind, be spontaneous and get scared sh*tless, it’s the only way!
Stories - Provided the scary things you do don’t end badly, you’ll have a pretty impressive catalogue of stories you can whip ...
... It was a grand taxi but it was still extortionate. I got the price down to 30MD which was more than i wanted to pay, but at this stage, i just wanted to get out of the country! Time was of the essence anyway if i wanted to get the right ferry and make the bus from Algeciras and my nerves were beginning to get a little frayed. No sooner had i got out of the first taxi, i was getting back in another to take me to Tanger Med after being told there would be no sailing from ...
... shop that sold the blown glass, and it was just as beautiful and detailed as the glass in Venice. We walked to the cable cars and took one up to the top of Gibraltar. From there we had great views of Spain and across the strait to Africa. It is believed that Hercules made the Strait of Gibraltar by seperating Gibraltar and the Northern peak of Africa. The strange thing about the rock is that it's upside down. The top ...