Manilva Park Hotel & Apartments
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... it provided a complete historical account. From there I visited the 100 ton gun. As you can see from the pictures, it is massive. I can see why they never had to actually use it in a war, just knowing that it was there was a major deterrent for any invader. From there I went to the Trinity lighthouse which is at the southern most tip. It offers some amazing views of the Gibraltar Straight and Africa. From there I went to the Moorish Castle ...
... food in Gibraltar. It gives the Rock people a reason to cross the border, or the Spanish somewhere to sit as they envy the Rock people. Seems Gibraltar has 0, none, nada, unemployment. Spain on the other hand is pushing 27%. 50% if your under twenty years old. Sounds like somewhere else I know if the true numbers were released. Anyway, some other time. Our first actual stop was on a beach on the east side of Gibraltar. The sun was just coming up, and it ...
Exert From my Next Entry: Vejer
This next section of writing is an exert from the entry I'm going to publish next. It hasn’t been changed since I wrote it (this is the only part I’ve changed, there 2 sentences, and the titles), planning to publish it with the rest of the entry of Vejer. I hope you like it.
My favourite day trip was a trip we did some time in the middle. We drove almost 3 hours ...
... do love the days at sea but I gotta tell ya. It's just not worth the drunk and the hangover. Not to mention, you really shouldn't walk around on ship late at night alone without all your faculties. Nothing happened, but it just isn't good practice. Needless to say, my drinking days are over for awhile. With less than 4 hours of sleep, I had to be up for our shore excursion, Best of Casablanca.
Got back to the cabin and found a note ...
... the right word. I think odd is more apt. Just another example of the quirky nature of the place.
Went to dinner in a small bistro just around the corner and had a Polish waitress, then a turn around the Main Street, before retiring to our cavernous room. It was a warm night and with the windows open and no fly screens the mossies got in and buzzed in our ears and bit us. There is an air conditioner. It was in a cabinet under the ...
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