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... and the villages on mountainsides are great! This is the first of many drives for us I am sure so we are in awe. I stopped to take a couple of pictures but we decided since most of the turnouts are on the opposite side we would catch them on the way back.
Once in Ronda we drove through the windy (very narrow) streets to find ourselves in the middle of Old Town. This is where Ronda began and have an aquaduct that is worth the drive alone. ...
... br> At the top of the Rock are ruins of military lookouts. gun placements, ... and monkeys. The apes of Gibraltar are famous and plentiful. They look really cute, but can be very aggressive when they think you might have food in a bag. Seeing monkeys outside of the zoo, and having them be so unafraid of people is an experience in itself, and then you see the views. Africa ...
Today we docked in Gibraltar, only for half a day though, we had a tour booked for a tour of the 'Rock'. We started by crossing the runway of the airport, the road crosses the runway, traffic is stopped by barriers when the aircraft are landing and taking off. The crossing into Spain is not far away still some tension apparently between the two sides. We then drove around to Europa Point which is the nearest part ...
... come back here.
The climate, the language and what a view. Tomorrow is an early day - we arrive in Cadiz, Spain at about 07:00 and we don't have any arrangements for tours. Our tour was cancelled by HAL so we're again on our own. Our plan is to get off about 07:30 and make our way to the train station. We want to get into Seville. Everything we've heard about Seville
has been positive so we can't miss it when we're ...
... defined the Strait of Gibralter. In ancient times, mariners thought that if you sailed beyond these you fell off the end of the earth. We could easily see Morocco across the strait, the distance being only 12 miles.
We then drove around the north side of the pennisula past a little village called Little Genoa, having been settled by Italian fishermen many centuries ago. We ended up in the center of town and returned to the ship.