Manilva Park Hotel & Apartments
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... designed, aesthetic historical monuments. I clamber around some of these structures which, despite this place being such a tourist draw, seem pretty abandoned and just left to decay. Many of the bunker are full of trash and crumbling. I guess people all just come up here for the view and for the monkeys, who seem quite happy to pose on the railing for a photo. After reaching the north end, I head to the south end where I head off the road to explore another ...
This morning we were picked up from the hotel after a buffet breakfast for a trip to the Spanish Suare with its beautiful tiles walls , decorative bridges and walls. Then it was a walk to the Alcazar, which was founded in the 11th century as a moorish fortress, with its Palacio de Don Pedro. Very impressive with thousands of tiny tiles adorning the walls and the most spectacular ceilings and marble floors agin the gardens ...
... and found a bus into the city center on the way out I walked back as I really needed to walk. As there really isn't much space in Gibraltar the airport runway runs the width of the place so when you enter you walk across the runway the cars and buses do also. There is a traffic light so when a plane is about to land you wait. Sort of like being at a railroad crossing. I also got a much needed hair cut. No Moroccan hair cut places for woman as they all have their ...
... going to work and getting home.
Perspective – You gain clarity of mind like no other. Being away from anything that’s familiar strips you down to the core and leaves you with nothing but your values and opinions and in the meantime, everything you are exposed to shapes and influences them. The journey back from the trip away is always an enlightening one as your mind is reeling from all the new things you have ...
... at the same place as hime. Whilst in the queue for passport control, another guy asked if anyone was going to La Linea and wanted to share a taxi. My eyes lit up as this was one of my contingency plans but it would have been expensive by myself. We cleared customs ok and got our taxi, sharing a joke or two along the way about how i had been played as a tourist in Morocco. B this time, it was at least 23.00 after the time change and i was tired so not quite in the mood for ...
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