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... I've even seen. It was massive and, honestly, It was a bit scary. Seriously, if one of those things bit you it would probably break the bone and, as far as I could see, there was nothing to stop him doing it if he wanted to.
I found myself wondering if my red rain jacket might act in the same way to the Macaque as a red rag does to a bull. Realising was being a bit foolish, I "manned-up" and walked past the monkey, making sure I kept my head down so as ...
... airport runway (that happens to have a street running through it), which was pretty strange. The city center is only a 10-15 minute walk from the border. Once there, I changed my money from Euros to Gibraltar pounds (a fairly painful conversion rate) and headed into a cafe to get some coffee and wait for the rain to pass, which only took about 15 minutes.
It was upon entering the Main St. area of Gibraltar that I was greeted with the ...
... Puccini et al. A Tenor and Soprano took turns in singing lines from operatic arias and the questions were about which opera it came from or what city was this opera set in or which character from a certain opera sang this aria.
Despite my knowledge of the MSC Opera not being called for we (Roisin to be exact) still managed 5 out of 10. Unfortunately this wasn’t the winning score. On the plus side, if we ever get a quiz about the MSC Opera, I’ll be ...
... money or food or anything you have. They also will jump on your head and start cleaning it for you hehehe. But everyone said they are harmless creatures...they will not hurt you. We finally made it to Gibraltar and come to find out its an English colony so everything was in English which was a great break from thinking so much in Spanish all the time. So we started on our adventure up the rock. I was such in good spirits! It was a beautiful day and we had all the time in ...
... in a small village to grab a quick drink and to use the bathroom. After getting back on the road, our tour leader told us about the dangers and the violence surrounding the Morocco/Ceuta border and the chaos that we were stepping into. When we got there, it was not quite as bad as we had pictured, but it was pretty chaotic trying to get through the border and cross back into Spain.
We finally crossed back into Spain and ...
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