Hotel Caracas Playa
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... band was playing a joyful song instead of dirges and the marchers were all dressed in their Easter finery.
We then took a long walk along the promenade to enjoy the beautiful weather and atmosphere of a huge Spanish family holiday. Children and parents alike, all dressed in Easter finery, spending the day together. Families with smaller children enjoying the promenade's playgrounds and those with older children strolling or already having their ...
... Spanish side
I found another small back pack to carry my camera, water bottle and laptop (never know where I will find Wifi, so its handy having it with me
McD’s seems about the best place and its free
I haven’t really seem much to take photos of apart from the rock, but that will improve when we move along
Most of the people seem okay, but as usual ...
... of the runway. What would Homeland Security ever think about this ?
Back to the tunnels - these tunnels date back to the 1730's with over a hundred miles of tunnels that honeycomb throughout this huge mountain, tunnels that used to accommodate as
many as 16,000 men at one time. Given that we were on the far side of the "rock" and quite a distance from the cable car - the group decision was that we'd walk it down. ...
... 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 ...
... defined the Strait of Gibralter. In ancient times, mariners thought that if you sailed beyond these you fell off the end of the earth. We could easily see Morocco across the strait, the distance being only 12 miles.
We then drove around the north side of the pennisula past a little village called Little Genoa, having been settled by Italian fishermen many centuries ago. We ended up in the center of town and returned to the ship.