On the way to Seville we had an afternoon stop in Gibraltar. Luckily this was a few days before the recent trouble with both of the governments so there was no problem crossing the border (which is literally an airport runway). We arrived in the town square and had a traditional British lunch of fish and chips - it is a UK territory after all! The tour guide said many a time that Gibraltar is a little Britain, the only reason why you would think that is because there is a WHSmith and a red telephone box.
After lunch we had a minibus tour of 'The Rock' and made our way up to the caves where the notorious apes cause havoc. We stopped at an amazing viewpoint, where on a clear day you can see Africa!
After the expedition in the caves and some posing with the monkeys we made our way back across the border and carried on our journey to our next stop, Seville.