Hotel Caracas Playa
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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) ...
... On Orca there is always something to do, from fixing light fittings to installing electrical equipment or repairing one of the toilets, it seems I have a lot of new talents that I never thought I would ever have.
Today we go through all the safety drills, from man overboard, fire onboard, launching the life raft, to fitting the emergency steering system. Also how to use the sea anchor for bad weather sailing amongst a few other drills.
This afternoon, we ...
... beat that!
Speaking of hats, after the museum we walked to the Arab part of town and I bought a fez, two fezzes, actually. You can't have too many fezzes. We also walked about 4 kms in a light rain to a point along the coast opposite Gibraltar but it was a very misty day. Went to a local fish restaurant that night. It didn't open for dinner til 9 pm. Waiter was a hoot. Spoke Spanish and a little French and a few words of ...
One of my top 10 places I've ever wanted to see....So fortunate to be able to tick it off my list! It's only about 1.5 hours from Rota and an easy drive. You actually park in Spain and then walk (passport needed) into Great Britain - across their runway (the only flat land they had to put one on)! It was surreal to suddenly be surrounded by English, Fish & Chips, and British flags everywhere.
The Rock rises from an ...
... strolling on the Main street. Gibraltar is a little British enclave and feels very much British. With British Policemen, red mailboxes and phone booths and people speaking British English. We had fish and chips in the pub and took off to Spain right after. We needed to be in Seville to get the key to our place and also go to a planned flamenco show.
The drive to Seville took about 3 hours. It was very warm 34C. We have purposely took a smaller road to avoid tools. Our ...