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... taking a picture of me with one monkey, another monkey climbed onto Matthew's back and wouldn't let go. It was about time we moved onto the other sites anyway :-) Most of the Upper Rock is paved for a single vehicle, but we decided to walk everywhere to save our cash and take advantage of the exercise. Our first stop was St. Michael's Cave. There are plenty of caves throughout the Upper Rock, but this one has been especially prepared as an auditorium ...
... and not a very pleasant one.
Between medicine all day most of what they are doing
is lying on recliners in the open air at the top deck, and trying to “pass the
day” at meal time nobody is hungry and it is really depressing. I wish
something would have effected my appetite, because I feel totally fine, and the
only problem I can complain is too much temptation around mealtime, too much delicious
food, big variety and amazing ...
... with no real expectation and are not surprised when expectations are met. We go to a bank, where we are told we cannot withdraw money on our credit card unless we have an account there. We spy another Western Union and enter with high hopes , only to be told we can not withdraw cash, even though we did exactly this, in Morocco. Aarrrghhh!!!!! On explaining our dilemma, the woman in the Western Union is most helpful, suggesting two banks to try and giving us directions ...
... and there was no one in sight … an empty hot tub, shower, deck chairs and lounges going to waste there.
We waved to the guy at the Seaview bar below and then went back to Deck 16 where Doug had a Swirl from the girls. He ate it all in a minute flat – I got a lick and it was nice. We dropped our gear back in our cabin and then headed out to the town of Gibralta around 2.15pm.
We were in the Port area ...
... So I got a pretty funny/terrified shot of Amanda with one on her shoulder! Our friend Courtney also had a smaller one climb up and start chewing on her hair, haha, EW. But the look of being completely petrified on her face was pretty priceless. The tour guides that are much more used to the monkeys carry peanuts and have them do tricks. One tour guide had a monkey clapping for us, and it was seriously the definition of "monkey see, monkey DO!" ...