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... the door -- however, the lock would not budge! This was a little disconcerting, because the "one more thing" we needed to get was our wallets, phone, and passports! We walked the half mile to the property entrance where the guard told us we had to call our property owner -- which we could not do, because the phone and phone numbers were in the apartment! He sent us back, telling us he'd join us in 10 minutes. Over half ...
Location: Gibraltar (Stayed in Algeciras)
Arrived from: Fez via Tangier
Start date: 23/07/13
... It was a grand taxi but it was still extortionate. I got the price down to 30MD which was more than i wanted to pay, but at this stage, i just wanted to get out of the country! Time was of the essence anyway if i wanted to get the right ferry and make the bus from Algeciras and my nerves were beginning to get a little frayed. No sooner had i got out of the first taxi, i was getting back in another to take me to Tanger Med after being told there would be no sailing from ...
Hyperventilating in the cramped toilet cubicle at Heathrow airport as they announced last-call was how my first journey to Ghana began back in January 2011. This time around I am confident I won’t suffer a similar emotional breakdown seeing as I will be making the familiar journey with 13 other Gibraltarians in tow.
It’s hard to believe what started off as a far-fetched idea over beers with the Chief two years ago is ...
... to it, belonging to the UK as it does.
We reached Gibraltar at 12:45 pm and after going through passport control and a little exploratory drive through the streets, we parked in a multi-storey car park. As we walked into town a monkey ran across the road in front of us. It went straight through a petrol station and parked itself on top of a building. Now that's not something you see everyday back in Blighty! ...
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