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... town to the cable car up to the top of "The Rock". There as a long line up but the views from the top were amazing. We saw the famous "Barbary Apes" but did not have enough time to explore the caves and WWII fortifications. Stopped I the Irish Town neighbourhood at a pub called the Clipper and had a cold beer. The beer was great - particularly after a hot climb on "The ...
... yelled at us to get moving. We walked along Winston Churchill avenue and to the walkstreet through town. Everywhere you looked, it was just like being in London, outdoor pubs serving Fish and Chips, people speaking English, and the famous “Marks & Spencer” department store. It was pretty cool, almost like being in a whole different country (well technically we were, as Gibraltar belongs to England). We found ...
... before we even touch Moroccan land. I switch my ring over to the ring finger of my left hand, and warn Eric that throughout our time in Morocco I will refer to him as my “husband.” (Culturally more accepted for a couple travelling together, plus will hopefully help ward off unwanted male attention coming my way.)
11:30am Thurs: Arrive ...
... and heading towards the far southwest corner of Spain. Our final destination in Spain was a little town called Tarifa. Tarifa is a cute, old town with cobblestone streets and pokey alleys galore. It was one of my favourite places in Spain, just a little bit windswept. It is a popular destination for kite and wind surfers so that explains all the wind. I asked a local if it was normally this winding and he responded with, “The wind ...
... one with a live band performing inside! Here you can enjoy literally dozens of concerts without spending a dime! This is a penny pinching party-goers dream come true. And not only that, but each place is unique with its own style and décor and catering to a different audience. Some have a façade that looks like a castle… others like a Old West saloon… inside you’ve got bands playing traditional tunes for older couples dancing in ...