Manilva Park Hotel & Apartments
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... has at least a vague mental check list of things they wish to achieve before they kick the bucket and that list is only going to continue to grow bigger unless you get out there and do something about it. Throw caution to the wind, be spontaneous and get scared sh*tless, it’s the only way!
Stories - Provided the scary things you do don’t end badly, you’ll have a pretty impressive catalogue of stories you can whip ...
... 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 ...
... terrain and is positioned on a tiny piece of land (3 mi by 1 mi) at the end of Spain, facing Africa. Britain took it by force in 1704 and has controlled it through both World Wars, the Spanish War of Succession, and the Spanish Civil War. The Spanish do NOT like that they do not control this area of their shoreline and there are no signs leading to Gibraltar on their roads. You have to ask for directions to La Linea, the ...
... to see. We have managed to get the one of the last available seats. It was a small venue of 60 people sitting around the dance floor and chairs. The show was spectacular. It was so intense that one hour passed so quickly. We have seen Flamenco in the past in Vancouver but this show really took it to the new levels for us. Another interesting factoid - We have run into someone we know fro Vancouver. It was Tomo's former coworker from EA who was here with his Polish wife. Small ...
We arrived in Gibraltar at 12:30 pm and had a sandwich in the back of the van before ascending the Rock in a cable car. Wow! What a special view it was! Up on the Rock you can see the Spanish mountains and right across the Straits of Gibraltar to Africa.
We spent a couple of hours up there taking in the grand views while listening to the 'multimedia tour' that ...
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