AGH Estepona Hotel & Spa
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Second wedding of the month, how could we turn down a bit of sunshine in Estepona?! Mum and Dad came along too to spend some time with us.
We picked up the real flashy car and headed to the apartment we had rented for the next five days. We had a walk down to the beach bar and grabbed some food and a few drinks then headed into the old town to explore. A few more drinks later and a bit of tapas later we all stumbled back to the ...
... where we will once again cruise together until the next ocean crossing.
Since our arrival here in Gibraltar on the 1st December Kathie and I have been very busy with shopping for provisions for the trip and installing the extra gear that Rob and Laura brought over from England for us. Orca now has an AIS system (this device see's other vessels near us, similar to radar) and also a SSB receiver to pick up weather forecasts at sea when out of WIFI ...
... much like the SAS, having fought in Kosovo and Iraq with NATO forces. The legionnaire Major in the museum asked for my passport and for a moment I thought I might be joining, but instead of giving me a Nom de Guerre, he handed my passport back to me. The legion are known for their simple, pale green uniform and red piping and red tassel on their field cap. I bought a Legion pin - crossed automatic rifle and crossbow with a crucifix over it. ...
... other side. Gibraltar is only one mile wide piece of land (at the entry point) attached to the bottom of Spain, and is a part of the UK. Our driver told us that they are self sufficient from the UK, have no unemployment, and there are actually about 4,000 workers from Spain that come across to work there every day. A passport is required for the border crossing. W were very pleased at having the opportunity to see this ...
... Spanish and French in the late 18th century. In fact the Gibraltar mountain has about 36 miles of tunnels dug inside mainly by the military in the various times of it's history. At the very bottom of the great siege tunnels a commemorative plaque was placed to mark the tragic accident of the plane carrying the leader of the Polish Army in the West - General Sikorski, The plane plunged to the sea right after the start in rather mysterious circumstances.
After the tour we ...