Manilva Park Hotel & Apartments
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... a big big English/Irish breakfast at The Ocean Village Marina and took the cable car to the top of the rock. It gave a great view of the Gibraltar Harbours, Morocco and back over the south of Spain. We were trying to get organised at the top when an ape came a bit too close and I ran inside with Indi, getting Mark to **** the door behind us. The apes are very confident and there's no way you can open food and not have one coming after you. We learnt that quickly. We ...
... the runway for our landing. Very sporting of them. We sat beside a woman who was off to visit her grandchildren. Her daughter and spouse work in Spain, but live in Gibraltar Monday to Friday so the grand kids can go to school in the English system. I gathered daughter and family lived in rather grand style in Espana and Nana was not very complimentary about Gibraltar. We shall see.
The airport terminal is very new and shiny. The ...
... into 1 of these 4, nevertheless for journalistic purposes, I have taken the liberty of listing a few other sub-categories...
The Suits – Businessmen, seldom seen but always there, in their smart/casual attire and laptop bag, swiftly dodging the departure lounge and hiding away in the business lounge for fear of catching some 1920s disease from us common folk.
The Hippy –Not going to lie, I myself have fallen into ...
... had it not been for the terrible piano. We have got to know Eve quite well over the past two weeks and it was a delight to hear her play. Sunday 28th At sea We started our day with the 8 o'clock service of Holy Communion, taken by Canon Alan Hughes, one of the passengers (with whom we sat at dinner last night, and who we met on our first cruise) who recently retired from the parish of Berwick-on-Tweed. After breakfast we went to the 09:30 service which is ...
... that they do bite and you shouldn’t get too close. Nevertheless, as we were about to head back down, we saw one lady posing with an ape holding on to her arm. We could just picture it dashing off with the sunglasses she had resting on her head. The cable car operator warned her that they could bite and she should probably step back which she ignored. We hopped on to the cable car to return to the bottom and asked the man ...
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