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... the fery itself in an effort to escape across to the mainland. Our visit to Gibraltar was an unexpected surprise. Far from being an isolated outpost Gibraltar is a vibrant community - English occupied with a population of 30,000 - with a very rich history dating back to the Moors in the 8 th century. Lord Nelson was brought here after his defeat at Trafalgar and the winding narrow streets and historical buildings are very reminiscent ...
The day had finally come, time to leave, to head off on the grand adventure. It was a very strange feeling to head off leaving everything behind ready to fend for yourself come rain or shine. The initial flight was at 7:15am so the famille and I took a short journey to Luton airport for our tearful farewells. Sat around drinking tea before the flight together was a very surreal experience. Just about to set off for a very long time, not knowing ...
... six month sim checks. mind you Min usually gave me an idea of what was happening so that helped.
I forget what was planned so will update when I know. Forgot to mention We saw Literally hundreds of dolphin today, I have never seen so many at once. striped dolphin, very beautiful
We sail to Soto Grande to anchor and then night sail to Duquesa. the mooring is off the beach the swell is 2 metres. rock and roll. dumb idea. ...
... to erase any traces of Islam in the continent.
To this day, there is a somewhat chilly relation with the Northern Moroccans and Central Moroccans, and I wonder if the reception they got 4 hundred years ago might have something to do with it.
I get to talking with a couple of of Moroccan fellows in Fnideq a the next day about this. They all look like Spainiards, speak Spanish, have visited or worked in Spain--and love Spanish rumbas and flamenco.
... as we went
through. Well, It is more than just a big rock. It is 3 miles long and has over
40 miles of tunnels underground. We had a wonderful tour up to the top of the
"mountain". Driving through all the apes, I mean real apes (monkey's have
tails). There are several colonies of apes and they live wild up there. We went
through a cave that was at ...