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... get some shut eye.
In the morning we drove up to the villa on top of a big hill where the wedding party were staying - and the wedding ceremony was going to be. We met the crew and chilled out by the pool for a few hours before heading to the port for some food.
Next day we had a look around the harbour area and took refuge in a few bars to shelter from the rain. Later we greeted Tom and Hayley (friends from Mark's uni) ...
... the sunglasses, cameras and handbags that they scurry off with once they're finished with these unsuspecting tourists. And the scary part is they will climb
you like a tree - sitting on your shoulder and start grooming your hair before
you know it. On a positive note, we did make it through without any losses.
We started our trek on the top of the "rock" by heading south towards to St. Michael's Cave. This is ...
... prowl around adored by tourists, waiting to relieve you unexpectedly of your possessions and food. Alternatively they just jump on you and stay there until you freak out. Funny to watch. Beware they will stalk you. After walking up the steps on top of an old castle wall, to get to the top of the rock there is another ape den. This time it was me that was stalked by the monkeys. They have supernatural hearing and are as large as a man. Shortly after hearing the crunch ...
... Morocco and saw to it that part of the Navy budget was allocated to take care of the monkeys. The monkeys are now all immunized, tattooed and have chips embedded in them so they can be identified. Each monkey is named. We saw several monkeys and they were quite cute.
We then went to see the Siege Tunnels. These were all dug by hand in order to give the British a better position against the Spanish. It was very interesting ...
... a supermarket stocking Waitrose goods. Took the Cable Car to the top of the rock and walked down. The natural caves were worth a look - set out for a concert with rows of chairs, lovely acoustics - although the occasional drips from the roof might be disconcerting.
The Siege Tunnels were very interesting - they have helped keep Gibraltar from ...