Our Gibraltar Mishap! – From A Wander of Two

If you, like me, have ever wondered what a visit to Gibraltar is like, this post will give you a great idea.  It comes from the travel blog A Wander of Two, chronicling their trip, that got off to a rather unfortunate start, to the home of the rock. Gibraltar is high up on my bucket list, as a lover cheeky monkeys and stunning views, I’m sure I would enjoy it.

Visit monkeys in Gibraltar and views from the rock

What’s Gibraltar Like?

I’ll let Vicky, from A Wander of Two, introduce it: “The other summer we took a day trip from Spain to Gibraltar. Read about the mishaps that followed which actually worked out in our favour. Find out how getting on the wrong bus (not the worst part of the morning) actually turned in to one of the best day trips we went on! 

Our blog also highlights some of our favourite parts of the trip from some tax free shopping (because who doesn’t like a bargain!); a trip up the Gibraltar rock; seeing the spectacular views of Africa and catching a photo opportunity with the famous Rock Apes. If this trip taught us anything it was that with the right attitude even the most annoying of mishaps can work out alright in the end.”

Read the adventure here: A day trip adventure to Gibralter

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