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... we went to the Sanctuary pool where David and I swam and Gary and Barbara sat drinking Mohito cocktails.
In the early afternoon!!! Outrageous.Tonight we are going for another sit down meal in one of the very posh restaurants. I will post another update with photos of our meal for Barbara's birthday later on tonight!Oh!! I forgot one other thing.....
There is an exclusive jewelley shop on board....there always is......On day ...
... then a walk theu the streets and the many tourist shops stopping to watch the flamingo dancers in the street Seville has a real festive air about it. Back on the bus for a tour around the gardens and the old buildings including the mushroom or Mirador De las Setas. A modern construction which the locals have named the mushroom we walked around the bast then got the lift up to the top where we walked around the three parts ...
... 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 ...
... to clear British customs on the way in and two hours to get back through the Spanish border agents!! We didn't let the border delays phase us and started our extensive tour of the Upper Rock by hiring a cable car to take us to the top. The ride to the top offered some of the best views of the area. Fortunately it was a clear day so we could see all the way to Africa and across Gibraltar to Spain. Once at the top, Matthew immediately walked through ...
... misconceptions travellers face and here are some other myths I have encountered and wish to de-bunk...
Myth: "You’re on holiday"
“How’s the holiday going?” – Excuse me? ‘Holiday’? If you consider waking up at 6am, spending the day in sweltering heat, sweating your body weight daily and surviving on rice and beans for weeks on end a ‘holiday’ then you are colossally mistaken. ...