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... a lot of it fenced off. What really catches my attention though, is the large Saudi sponsored mosque built right on the tip of Gibraltar in the late 90s. Just a tad bit too brazen in my opinion… I really don’t want to retrace my steps back that same sun scorched road back to the other end of Gibraltar… maybe I should just take the bus… or… There’s a tunnel that chisels right through the mountain. I don’t know where it goes, ...
... it Great Europa Point (the Southern most point of Gibraltar) to see North Africa clearer, the Pillar of Hercules, the Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque, the Shrine to our Lady of Europe and the Lighthouse, we did cover a lot of ground in half a day. Having seen the apes, the tunnels, the Moorish Castle and the cave of St. Michael, we power walked back to the ship. It took a bit longer than we had planned but after hiking up and down the roads of the rock, we were happy ...
... to the Mediterranean and stop to see the views and also want to
prevent tolls, but can withstand the inconvenience of traffic lights A-7 would
be a better one for you. The drive to Casares is lovely with rolling gentle
hills, windmills and Spanish casa’s on the green velvety vast fields. Inspite
of having seen so many web images, the first site of the Pueblos Blancos was
awe-inspiring for us. We parked up the road above the mountainous village ...
... the road are deep and intense, they transcend language, race and religion and no matter what paths your lives take you, will always have a mutual bond that can never be erased.
Knowledge – By living, eating and speaking like the locals you become exposed to aspects of their lives that you were never even remotely aware of and learn some pretty interesting facts along the way. It teaches you things about economy, politics, ...
Location: Gibraltar (Stayed in Algeciras)
Arrived from: Fez via Tangier
Start date: 23/07/13