Suites Duquesa Golf
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... I was in and out of Spain a lot and actually revisited with my wife just last year. I always find it interesting and unique with its very distinct geography, historical significance, and “Britain with palm trees” vibe. This time will be a chance to reminisce on my previous visits which stretched over 15 years, and hopefully discover something new as well. The first thing that catches my attention is a monument on the Spanish side to the Spanish workers ...
... new keys. The same thing happened so after trying 5 different sets of keys a man was finally sent up to help. He tried to open the door, doing what we had been doing but of course failed to open the door and then ran away and returned with new batteries and a large device for programing the readers. After a short wait he had the door open and fixed the reader! It only took us a 40 minute wait to get into our room! We then collapsed onto the room and setup ...
... 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 ...
... A tidy way of dealing with a sticky issue, but there was just one problem, the good people of Gibraltar weren't consulted and when it was put to a vote it was defeated by 99%. The Gibraltarians are a unique people who are all bilingual, English and Spanish, and also speak their own dialect of Llanito, which is based upon Andulusian Spanish with many British words. They don't want to be Spanish.
After breakfast we walked up to ...
... town, and you can't miss it when you get close. Spain has limited their air and sea connections and purposely routed it's roads to choke traffic at the border crossing - even messed with their phone lines. Regardless, as late as 2002, Queen Elizabeth's loyal subjects voted to remain a self governing British dependency by 99%! The Gibraltarians despise the Spanish and are openly rude to workers who "can't speak Proper."