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... the others I was popping to the loo lol. I finally had to come clean when Barbara thought that I might be ill :-DWell....last night, the ring became mine. I could cry it is so so so so SO beautiful. I keep looking at it and can't believe it is actually on my finger! Barbara is taking Gary to the same store later today. :-)
sorry about the spelling mistakes. I can't spell check until i go online and i am not wasting internet minutes on spellcheck!!
... the April Fair, the men wear dark suits, some travel in their horse and carriage. The April Fair goes for 1 week and finishes this Sunday with a huge parade thru the streets. At the entrance to the park they build a huge arch which is pulled down after the fair finishes and a new one built for the following year. We walked thru and it is like a huge flamingo party everyone singing dancing music and drinking wine. Then back to the hotel for a lovely dinner ...
When we left Marbella we drove to the Rock Of Gibraltar, the rock was massive!
We did 3 things on the rock, the 1st one is the caves with columns that were big but not
big compared to the worlds biggest column in Nerja.
Next we went to the apes on top of the rock they were really funny.
2 babies were playing on top of our car. ...
... be on a boat, no way back to civilisation (at least not for a long time) , and only a thin layer of fiberglass between you and the elements.
Setting off was a great feeling. We had planned to get on the boat at the fuel jetty with some last minute purchases. However we were denied this exit and so instead had to get creative, like fugitives jumping onto the boat from a nearby bridge. Bursting out of the harbor at ...
We arrived in Gibraltar around about an hour after we left, and at 1PM we had been allowed access across the border, and we were ready to explore. It was quite clear early on that Gibraltar is a very pretty place, and also very British as they use British plugs, currency, language, food and measurements, contrary to the plugs and currency (and everything else listed above) used in the rest of Europe. We then took a cable car up to the top of ...