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... little man with key - think he was next door all along!
Inside at last - very rustic but plenty of room. Little man tries to explain something about the lights - no idea what he is saying.We give him paper and pen and with a bit of sign language get him to write down what he is trying to tell us. Out with the dictionaries - still no idea! Think he may have been trying to tell us we had to pay extra if we wanted electricity! Eventually got everything turned ...
... Orca over to refuel the diesel tank along with spare jerry cans, not that we will use the motor much at all, as the distance we will cover is far too great to motor. The fuel will be for entering and exiting the ports, and occasionally for generating electrical power if there is no wind or sunshine. This is unlikely as the trade winds should be steady for our wind generator and at the latitude we will be traveling; there should be plenty of sunshine for the solar panels.
... and it looked like a Darlek, but it worked well and kept the skeeters away the next night.
Next morning we had breakfast near the main court in Gibraltar amidst the swish of Silks and solicitors in gowns and wigs along the cobblestone street. Also listened to a table of ex-pats complaining about living in Gibraltar. Ingrates, it is a lovely place.
Gibraltar is a territory of the UK and has been since 1704 when an ...
... 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 ...
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