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The other highlights of the rock Nature Reserve is St. Michael’s Cave and a Moorish Castle. The cave contains stalagmites and stalactites lit up in pretty colours and a weird subterranean breeze. The acoustics of the cave is such that they sometimes host performances within it. Where as the castle is a medieval fortification that due to its location is visible from most of the town.
While we were disappointed in not being able to make ...
... equipment and ammunition. They have now become a war museum and tourist attraction.
Before travelling down the winding streets of the Upper Rock we pass the walls and bastions of the Tower of Homage at the Moorish Castle where we were dropped off in town. We before making our way back to the town where we browsed through the tropical Alameda Gardens and various shops before making our way back to the ...
... For the whole five days we had good winds, while the sea calmed down as time wore on. On day three the unthinkable happened and our main sail tore as we reefed (made the sail smaller). As a result we sailed the rest of the way using only the genoa (triangle sail at the front of the boat).
Coming to the end of our first leg we spied land ahead. Watches seemed shorter and the prospect of a great nights sleep drove us ...
... point, but finding that blocked and instead found a very narrow path to the 'Mediterranean Steps' a loose term for very steep scree steps in an area of outstanding natural beauty, bugs and awesome views. Truly worth every step as attested by the numerous runners I passed on the way.
Two hours later, after finding the Jew Gate, and walking for miles I made the rendezvous with Tom in the Main square. It was fortunate that he was not the crazy man, who ...
... as a hospital during WWII. Now, it's used as an auditorium for classical concerts, and for fancy dinners. Glorious!
Then, we found the Apes' Den, which are really tailless Barbary Macaque monkeys. They roam freely all over the Rock. There's a legend that says the British will keep the Rock only as long as the monkeys are there.
Next, we visited part of the Great Siege Tunnels, which had been excavated in 1779 to 1783. Apparently ...