Hotel Dona Luisa
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... when off goes power! Decide to leave it until we get home.
Down to village - lots of shops and cafes but nothing open - is only 11am. No-one in Spain seems to get up before midday ! Found little supermakat and buy some fruit and water and head off for walk in the mountains. Amazing view and lots of wildflowers. Watched a group of rock climbers come down sheer rock face and decided we wouldn't try that! Some very steep and rocky parts of the track ...
... ever since, water will not be a problem.
Back in Mallorca we had Orca hauled out of the water for about a week, to have the hull and rudder checked and some repairs made to a few items along with a fresh coat anti fouling paint being applied to the hull, so from top to bottom we have done our homework, I think we are ready.
It’s now daylight outside, things to do and check for tomorrow we set out.
To be continued……….
... A tidy way of dealing with a sticky issue, but there was just one problem, the good people of Gibraltar weren't consulted and when it was put to a vote it was defeated by 99%. The Gibraltarians are a unique people who are all bilingual, English and Spanish, and also speak their own dialect of Llanito, which is based upon Andulusian Spanish with many British words. They don't want to be Spanish.
After breakfast we walked up to ...
... there. We were also privileged to see the Barbary Apes, many of which were nursing young ones. They were quite tame, jumping on the taxi, and on some people's shoulders. After our tour, we wandered around Gibraltar, I shopped a bit, and went out to another Spanish bar at night. The visit to Gibraltar was a great experience, we had fabulous views from the top across the bay of Gibraltar, across to Africa, and then over ...
... of stay is located in the center of the old town - not very far from all the major sites of Seville. We had it all planned in the GPS - the meeting point with Alberto who has the key and garage spot for the car. We had it all planned but ... well thing sometimes can go wrong. Maybe it was the GPS's delay or the GPS data was incorrect but it basically directed us to ongoing traffic on a one way street in the middle of rush hour. It was a hell with cars honking at us and ...
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