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... this haunting melody while on a Welsh couple's boat at sunset, drinking wine and getting snookered into playing backgammon with a crafty 60-year-old. It made me feel the ache to be in motion heading toward the country of my birth, thoughts bent with poetry and the configuration of the heavenly lights. I've been dockwalking for weeks.
And then I finally got the call.
... monkeys around Gibraltar. Our local guide advised the female monkeys are sterilised to help manage monkey population numbers. Alaska - I got you the most non scary monkey postcard I could find. I recommend you do not look at this postcard before bed.
When we were back on the ship we got a midnight snack from the buffet and went to bed. I have lathered up in Voltaren cream and hoping for a good night's rest.
Tomorrow we have a day at ...
... of Cadiz in Spain where we will visit in 9 days time. The Rock of Gibraltar is the only landmark and what we have come to see. The massive limestone headland rises 420 metres over the narrow strait. The ancient Phoenicians had established a colony here and believed that the Rock marked the end of the world and that no one should venture any further. We did not heed their advice and will continue on ...
... You’re travelling alone, therefore you must be lonely”
‘Alone’ and ‘lonely’ are not synonymous. Just because someone has taken the leap and decided to go at it alone does not mean they will spend their days exploring the sights solo or booking tables for 1 at the best restaurants. Travelling grants you a freedom like no other and staying in the right places will introduce you to like-minded people who will ...
... Because it was British territory everything was in pounds which I found interesting... Everything was so expensive... and to pay we had to convert pounds to euros and man was that a chore. We can barely do euros to dollars.
There were phone booths in the streets and we were lucky enough to see a group of British soldiers walking through the streets! We probably looked like such tourists that day... :)