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... visited the tourist offices, got a map and made my way past the gable of Spanish to find a place to rest my head.
My first taste of travel haggles was getting a decent hotel price, fortunately the were two places opposite each other, not to hard to find the cheapest place! Power nap and get out around town. A great little place, lots of tapas and plenty of stores to buy those last items that I missed on the way over! I ended up browsing the ...
... much as each table had a beer dispenser installed so you poured yourself a glass when you wanted. we wondered how this would work then noticed a screen on the wall that showed litres consumed as you poured. cunning. A record was noted underneath that showed the wanderers had consumed 62 litres at a sitting. we retired after 10. between us not each.
Tomorrow back to GIB. All good fun, have seen dolphins, Pilot Whales and sun fish on the aquatic front
... North Africa with the Atlas Mountains clearly visible. Fairly soon a pod of dolphins were spotted and we jumping about in the sea as we approached. A pod of common dolphins with one larger bottle nose. Initially they stayed a little away from the boat but later started surfing in the bow wave and amazingly swimming right alongside and in front of the boat just under the water. The hour and a half went in no time and soon we were heading back to the ...
Today we spent the day in Gibraltar. We had talked to the kids about it – how it is a little bit of British territory at the bottom of Spain, how there is a rock and some monkeys etc. But clearly they were thinking rock of a much smaller scale – Adam almost fell out of the car window when we first spotted the rock.
There was a big queue of cars, buses, motorbikes and people at the border – so ...
... since we left Canada!
After lunch we headed to the gondola to ride to the top of the Rock of Gilbratror. The view from the top of the rock is outstanding. One can see the Mediterranean sea and the Atlantic ocean and the coast of Africa all in one glance.
The history of the rock of Gibraltar is so extensive that many books have been written about it. The sides of the rock are pockmarked with large holes that housed tunnels ...
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