Does Gibralter count?

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Recently drove out of my way and waited for at least an hour in a border traffic jam to visit Gilbraltar.  Guess what? No passport stamp…they just waved me through.  While I didn’t really have directions on how to get there, for once, it was easy, because that “rock” stood out and over everything, giving even me no chance of getting lost. As I collect countries I’m pretty sure as a “British overseas territory” it’s not likely to increase my numbers, but then, I sometimes set my own rules as I count Wales, Scotland, and England as separate nations.

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Once there, I wasn’t sure what to do other than take the cable car up top to see the monkeys and get some postcards.  Typical English food has never really been “my cup of tea.”  Beautiful views all around, and it was fun seeing the coast of Africa.P1030334

About Agingadventurer

I have now visited over 100 Countries and hope to add at least 5 every year.
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