Suites Duquesa Golf
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... crowd from a nearby local hostel out for the evening party. Still tame and shots had started. Drunken courage flirting hadn't started up but they were definitely on their way. Didn't have the heart to remind them they were sleeping in bunk beds in a dorm room. Then I reminded myself, that where there is a will, there's a way when you are young and drunk. I only stayed for one because my bus was coming early in the morning. Good day of exercise, views and free flowing beer ...
... a fraction and you are on the other side!
The rock is all imposing, visible for miles around and surrounded by a calm flat Mediterranean ocean. I decided not to take a tour and walked through the main street, which is very much like the UK, just with a lot more sun! Steep steps lead up the mountain, to narrow winding roads. You soon realise if you are fit or not! Before long after dodging many vehicles, by hugging trees and pressing myself into ...
... so afraid that they would jump down on us and bite us. We took quick pictures of Africa and got out of there. So scary... I was still shaking all the way down at the bottom.
We ate the rest of our food down by the water and away from the monkeys. Every time we heard something move we thought it was a monkey. I have no idea how long we will be traumatized by this. We spent about an hour more wandering around the town of Gibraltar and then passed ...
... straight forward & easy, a quick glance at our passports & we were waved through. Once there we found ourselves on some even tinier streets than those we had managed to make our way down in Malaga! Once again we got to see lovely old buildings & more spectacular views. It was evident that some buildings were built prior to ...
... evacuated to Britain and Morocco during the war.
Although English is the official language, most people speak English and Spanish and an interesting mixture of several language that is referred to as Spanglish. The political system and the educational system are British. The predominant religion is Catholic but there is a strong Muslim population due to the proximity to North Africa. The Moroccans were the first permanent settlers of ...