Hacienda Beach Apartments
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... written on the envelope. Seņor y me, eyes raised to the sky in bewilderment, left her alone to sit at another table.
Little to report, rather boring, nothing untoward, a bit like the weather. As you can see, the forecast is for a pleasant week ahead, no rain, no snow, no wind, no frost, no mist - no………just warm sun but March the 4th looks a bit dodgy - where did those blasted clouds come from?
St. David's Day - ...
... drive to destinations in Spain based on the name of the town on the road signs. Gibraltar didn't appear on any signs until we were almost there. Luckily, we did a good route study before leaving.
Gibraltar is a British territory, so it means crossing a border to get in (a border which is actually the airport's runway!). You hear a lot of stories about hour long ...
... the Moroccan side of the strait.
We continued onto St. Michael’s cave 300metres above sea level. It is an amazing example of what time and water can do to limestone. Created over thousands of years, it was once used as a hospital. They are now well lit with changing colours giving an awe inspiring view of the various formations. The main cathedral chamber or auditorium has seating installed and ...
... the runway for our landing. Very sporting of them. We sat beside a woman who was off to visit her grandchildren. Her daughter and spouse work in Spain, but live in Gibraltar Monday to Friday so the grand kids can go to school in the English system. I gathered daughter and family lived in rather grand style in Espana and Nana was not very complimentary about Gibraltar. We shall see.
The airport terminal is very new and shiny. The ...
... Because it was British territory everything was in pounds which I found interesting... Everything was so expensive... and to pay we had to convert pounds to euros and man was that a chore. We can barely do euros to dollars.
There were phone booths in the streets and we were lucky enough to see a group of British soldiers walking through the streets! We probably looked like such tourists that day... :)