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Aujourd'hui nous avons quitté La Linea à 10h30 et en quittant Gibraltar nous avons laissé passer un sous-marine, c'était la première fois que j'en voyais un de si près. A vrai dire je ne savais pas trop s'ils existaient vraiment! Nous avons mis le cap sur Estepona et grâce au vent nous avons fait le trajet en 4 heures et avons utilisé le moteur 20 minutes au total. Estepona autour du port est très touristique ...
... since I was a teenager. Before I started the Camino, I stopped wearing it. At first, this was because of the swelling in my hand from the sea urchin spines I stabbed myself with in Barcelona, but then I kept it off as I walked. An important part of the Camino is the growing necessity of scrubbing everything bare, of doing without, of leaving behind. Turns out this meant even my ring.
I could no longer ...
... find myself constantly going over items and rechecking to make sure everything is prepared for the trip, have I forgotten anything? No, I don’t think so, but I know I will keep checking anyway.
Orca now has a water maker, this unit I installed some months back as I had recognized that with me and the crew, we could not carry enough fresh water in our tanks, so reluctantly Kathie and I decided to purchase the unit. It took me four days to install, but has been ...
Next morning we took a 5 minute taxi ride to the border and then rolled our luggage into Spain by merely showing the outside cover of our passports. In Spain we caught a taxi to Algeciras, about 12 miles distant, to catch a ferry to Ceuta. Gibraltar's currency is the pound, Gibraltar or British, whereas Spain is in the Euro zone. So, we had to have the taxi driver stop so I could get some Euros at an ATM to pay him.
... town, and you can't miss it when you get close. Spain has limited their air and sea connections and purposely routed it's roads to choke traffic at the border crossing - even messed with their phone lines. Regardless, as late as 2002, Queen Elizabeth's loyal subjects voted to remain a self governing British dependency by 99%! The Gibraltarians despise the Spanish and are openly rude to workers who "can't speak Proper."