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... through recent history. Spain even closed the port from sometime in the 1960's to 1985 so that no one could enter the country through Spain. Even that didn't stop their fervor to remain independent.
We toured the caves there, then we saw the tunnels that had been dug into the mountain during warring with Spain. I think I remember that there ...
... and served with hot chips and peas. Don't think San Jacobo is the patron saint of cardiologists. After removing the breading and most of the cheese, the steak was delicious. The red wine helped to cut the grease as well as its medicinal qualities. Our waiter was a delight and spoke about as much English as I spoke Spanish, but Cath communicated well.
As Cath knows some French she is chief meal orderer and negotiator whilst in ...
... went to Algeciras and went on ferry to Ceuta where we intended to stay until rescued by Beau Geste.
Found Marina ,Found Yacht, joined and next day sailed to Gib. Am there now. found place to watch Lions last test. Cheap booze and fags, dont smoke so not total success.
Dinner on board tonight, Brekky was cooked by crew on a roster system. should be interesting.
Here are some pics
... Spanish and French in the late 18th century. In fact the Gibraltar mountain has about 36 miles of tunnels dug inside mainly by the military in the various times of it's history. At the very bottom of the great siege tunnels a commemorative plaque was placed to mark the tragic accident of the plane carrying the leader of the Polish Army in the West - General Sikorski, The plane plunged to the sea right after the start in rather mysterious circumstances.
After the tour we ...
Took a second day trip here. This time we went up the Rock to see the Barbary Apes.
February 3 Sunday
After saying our goodbyes to Paul and Thelma, Viv, Pat and Vic, we set the co-ordinates for Gibraltar, paid up and left the site at 10:45 am. Viv told us that she hopes we'll visit again next year and join the usual gang from the UK. She says she'll be sending us an email from the 'Pinar ...