Another weekend trip to the small paradise in the Atlantic. I am working with the Faroese Judo Federation (Judo Føroyar ) to improve and prepare for the @nwislandgames 2019 in #gibraltar I am the first national coach in Faroese judo history. I feel extremely privileged to have been selected for this task. #faroeislands#judo#development#movingforward#islands#natwestislandgames#islandgames2019 @judoinsidecom @europeanjudo @judogallery @judo_danmark @atlanticairways @visitfaroeislands
In Episode 2 of the Gibraltar Stories podcast, we delve into the Gibraltar National Archive with Anthony Pitaluga. With documents dating back to the time when Queen Elizabeth I was on the throne through to the present day, Gibraltar’s National Archivist has plenty of stories to tell... #gibraltarstories#gibraltar#gibraltarnationalarchive#podcast
Chanel Nuñez will represent Gibraltar at the Junior Miss Royal 2019!! Weeks left.. Chanel is a very active girl who attends Gymnastics, athletics, modeling, and hip hop classes. In her spare time Chanel enjoys drawing. She is a very happy girl and always provides to do the very best in everything she does. #pageant#crown#gibraltar#title#littlemiss#juniormiss
I stayed at the #hotelbristol in #gibraltar in 1987. this skyline never existed and I took the #marrakech express (train) from #tangier - and on the to Sahara desert Morocco 🇲🇦 and Spanish Morocco by thumb, for over month, now l am long in 🦷 Das Macht Spass!
We interrupt your regularly scheduled Spanish programming to bring you a detour into the British territory of Gibraltar. We received a warm welcome upon reaching the summit of the Rock by cable car: a resident Barbary Macaque leapt onto Zach’s backpack and attempted to open the zippers. 😳🙈 Thankfully Zach thwarted the monkey’s advances and we proceeded to have a jolly good time taking in the view—the only place in the world where you can see two seas and two continents at the same time. (👋🏼 Africa!!) We were also fascinated by the Rock’s strategic military prominence and the Empire’s efforts to fortify it with more than 30 miles of tunnels. After a long climb down, we wandered through Irish Town and enjoyed a couple of pints alongside hearty pub grub.