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... very long and the seat is large and heavy and can easily accomodate two people. Dave had a go at it and the slow rythmic swinging back and forth was quite mesmerising.
The next day the swing had been cordoned off by yellow plastic chains and no one was allowed to use it. So, Dave had obviosuly broken it.
During the afternoon Dave and Elaine went on The North Star. This is a single pod attached to a robotic arm. Riders are swung, majestically up ...
... on all the banks located there, somewhat like
a Bermuda or Cayman Islands. While construction is still at a halt almost
everywhere in Spain, somehow they didn’t get the memo that the building boom in
Europe is over in Gibraltar. Much of the new construction is taking place on
land reclaimed from the sea since there’s not much other land left for building
And Gibraltar also uses the English pound and has English
... of five (two little girls and a baby boy) on a double masted schooner are willing to take me on. First leg will be about two weeks until we arrive in the Canary Islands. Then we'll decide if I'll stay on to cross the Atlantic with them after Christmas.
My ship is in, the Dark Horse. And it's time to go. We're hoping to head out tomorrow morning. Wish me luck! Or fair winds ...
... swinging violently across the boat) and so no real consequences ensued. The silver lining is that I have learnt the how not to gybe lesson.
There are many great moments too, away from the lights of the cities you get a great view of the stars, and with every passing day the nights get warmer. Every day there is a different cloud formation to admire, and despite the constant blue of the horizon there is always a ...
... ceded to Britain under the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. It was an important base for the Royal Navy; today its economy is based largely on tourism, online gaming, financial services and shipping. The sovereignty of Gibraltar is a major point of contention in Anglo-Spanish relations as Spain asserts a claim to the territory. Gibraltarians rejected proposals for Spanish sovereignty in a 1967 referendum and again in ...