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... all the way there from the UK then eat english food. Bit of a waste really. But each to their own. While eating dinner me and Nicky were lucky enough to see a huge macaque running across the wall up on the rock. That all the Bulmers cherry cider went to my head lol. But what a crazy sight to see. He was massive. Later we went for a walk through the streets and headed towards the Gondola ...
... not long now\
Finally got dark and we sailed for Duquesa. Andy is navigating. He is quite intense, fortunately we get there. he buys me a beer. the next day he leaves for a week.He is a personal finance guy. looks after rich guys tax who like Andy pay no tax. interesting. I have deduced that only ***** buy mutual funds and the banks push them at all costs. great return for the banks not much for the rich guys but 3% of 100mil still seems ...
... the enormous white cruiser of Roman Abramovich on the way. Back in Gibraltar we wandered up Main Street. Gibraltar seems fiercely British with Union Jacks all over the place and several British shops, as well as gift stores selling T- Shirts with "keep Gibraltar British" and similar slogans on them. There are old- fashioned red telephone boxes and the police wear the old fashioned British hard hats. Lots of electrical stores here - apparently it's ...
... to take one of these cabs. I think it turned out very well, he was very interesting, very knowledgeable, and that cable car, was not running because of the weather.
To get into town, you cross the runway of their little airport. It's the fifth most dangerous airport in the world. Reasons (that I can remember), cars cross the runway, it's very short, high winds because of the rock, and they can not fly into Spanish airspace (again that ...
... are signs everywhere telling visitors not to touch, feed, lure, imitate, or harass these animals but throughout our visit I saw many people touching or feeding them.
These animals grow to be approximately 30 lbs for a male and are quite docile, but in one encounter I watched a man try to pet a baby monkey which was being preened by its mother. The male monkey nearby saw the man reaching out to the baby and it hurtled towards the man, teeth ...