Gibraltar

Gibraltar

sitting right between Spain and Africa, yet feeling like a small town in England

Location: 

Gibraltar

Duration: 

Friday, March 3, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Gibraltar: a weird little country at the tip of the straight, still part of the Commonwealth
  2. United Kingdom: everything's feeling so British here! The people, the food, the houses...
  3. Rock of Gibraltar: impressive rock formation, peering out of the Mediterranean Sea
  4. City of Gibraltar: coming from Morocco and then Spain, this town is a different world
  5. Pub: having traditional English meal in a Pub is probably the weirdest thing you'll see here

Image sources

  1. View across the Straight of Gibraltar
  2. Freight ships lining up before the Straight
  3. Entering the country of Gibraltar
  4. Eating dinner in an English Pub
  5. Having traditional English pie

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