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You can see us relaxing in one of the exclusive beach clubs at Coral beach, drinking our E7.35 (NZ$12) freshly squeezed orange juices and pretending to be rich and famous!
Anyway, Wimbledon is on the telly, so I am off to join Christine and watch some of it..
Bye for now,
... town centre for a while. Very atmospheric.
Sunday 14 June 2015
Gen finished off his maintenance job (namely servicing the winches – one seized up completely the other day which meant bringing in the main by hand) and I cleaned our fenders (which were filthy from the black rubbing strips on the pontoon – needless to say the fender board was put in place quite quickly), afterwhich we went into Gibraltar again. Very quiet being a Sunday – ...
... the rugged paths and the climbing.
Greg and I have been very impressed with Zara as she has had to keep up with all the trekking, on her little 6yr old legs, with little complaint.
Ronda is so impressive that it is a must see destination if you come to Spain.
Day 3 was our first really lazy day of resting at home for most of the day. The kids even got to do some school work, which they were very excited to ...
... assuming he’d have BBC1, ITV etc. I knew at this point that Internet Banking was an assumed name - Babestation, Essex Babes, Playboy to name but a few.. Jenson learnt another new word that day ‘Boobie’!!!! a word like most men he hasn’t forgotten!
To be fair to Kevin, he did prove to be very helpful and I think grateful of the company for a beer over the fence. Row G had a thing called ‘sundown’ where ...
... a few moments. Bobbies patrol the streets and you can see the quintessential red telephone booths!
Gibraltar has its own government but still hangs on to many British traditions.
We found a restaurant called "the Tunnel" that served genuine English food. We enjoyed a roast beef dinner with all the trimmings, beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, Yorkshire pudding and broccoli, carrots and cauliflower. We were in heaven as we had not ...