- published: 02 Mar 2016
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We flew to Gibraltar for one weekend to see how much you can get done in 48 hours. As long as the weather is good, it could be the perfect weekend getaway. However, Gibraltar is notorious for it's unique weather patterns and as we find out, that can lead to delays. Sights include Europa Point, Catalan Bay, Ocean Village, The Rock, St Michaels Cave and of course the Monkeys / apes. Our accommodation, featured in the film, is the 5 star Sunborn Gibraltar Super Yacht. More at http://imlukesmith.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/captainglobals/ Big thanks to: http://www.sunbornhotels.com/ http://www.monarch.co.uk/ FAQ: "You're travelling business class - is that expensive?" - Not always, watch my other video on how it's possible to travel in business class on many airlines and pay only ...
★ Gibraltar has been a second home to me my whole life, with relations living over there, we visit Gib often. We went for a short & sweet weekend getaway, walking the streets, watching dolphins & to attend a family wedding! Here's a glimpse of the Gibraltar I see, enjoy! ★ ♫ MUSIC BY: Conrad - Ben Howard VLOG CAMERA SET UP: Tom Tom Bandit Action Cam SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram // https://goo.gl/Znez3F YouTube // https://goo.gl/oeezaE Be sure to leave a comment and check out my channel! Lots more videos to come. ♡
It’s been a good weekend for local football with Gibraltar scoring a goal over Latvia in a return to International football. The packed Victoria Stadium was not disappointed with the International friendly, matches for which have, over the past four years, been played in Faro. Interestingly the last on the Rock was also against Latvia, with the 5-0 defeat; a different story. Well done Liam Walker, who scored the goal and a good start for Desi Curry as Interim Head Coach.
Unless you were away from Gibraltar on Sunday, you’ll know that a LOT of rain fell. In fact, it’s now been confirmed as the fourth rainiest day in Gibraltar since records began. According to the MET Office, 156 mm of rain fell on the airfield between 9 am on Sunday morning and 9 am on Monday morning.
I went to Gibraltar with my parents for a couple of days and these are the best bits! I filmed a lot more but it's either in a really bad quality or I don't know why, it doesn't wanna play on the video, so this is what I have come with! I hope you enjoyed it, Gibraltar is a very beautiful place and I think you should go at least once in your life! Travelling is always worth it ♥ Instagram: carmen.dlx
This year’s International Song Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Not only will audiences be treated to a full-length concert by Operacion Triunfo winner David Bustamante, but changes to the set and lighting will ensure a spectacular event. Ros Astengo caught up with organisers Joe Carseni and John Jones to find out what’s in store this Saturday.
The University of Gibraltar will be opening its doors to the public this weekend. A programme of events has been organised, which includes the University’s historical context and guided tours of the campus. The media was given a tour of the facilities ahead of the official inauguration next Monday. The Minister for Education, Gilbert Licudi, emphasised that the University was a project for the whole community, encouraging people to visit over Saturday and Sunday. The University will open between 10 and 2 on both days.
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Spent a weekend in Gibraltar and I'm glad I did. Cloudy day for Day 1 but full sunshine on Day 2. Climbed the famous Peak and went down via the Mediterranean steps, which offer stunning views of the Mare Nostrum. I stayed in a budget hotel in the Spanish border town of la Linea. Border was only a 5min walk. Really nice off-the-beaten-path destination and great airport for plane-spotting too.
This weekend will see the biggest Gibraltar Music Festival ever, with more stages being introduced to the event, including dance and comedy line-ups. Thousands are expected to pack the Victoria Stadium and Bayside Sports Complex with over 80 international and local acts performing across eight stages.
Don´t miss our New 2017 Promo Video!!! Morocco Fantasy weekend Gibralta (UK) + Chefchaouen + Tetuan + Tangier Your Perfect Moroccan Weekend and our most popular trip! The Morocco Fantasy Weekend is the most unique Morocco trip out there. Not only do you get an unforgettable weekend in Africa with camel rides and Moroccan entertainment, but you save time and money on travel by getting 2 trips in 1 with a visit to the English territory of Gibraltar as well! Take amazing pictures with the monkeys in Gibraltar, lose yourself in the windy blue streets of Chefchauen, buy some spices at the Berber pharmacies inTetuan, and ride a camel ON the beach! Plus, ONLY with We Love Spain do you get an unforgettable dinner show with dancers , musicians and more followed by dancing in a club! Nobod...
Local and international acts will take to the stage this weekend for MTV Presents Gibraltar Calling. Organisers say over 12,000 tickets have been sold, with around half sold locally and the other half sold to an international market. Michael Beltran spoke to festival producer Richard Coram and first asked him about the logistics about holding the event in Gibraltar.
Gibraltar joined the UK this weekend in remembering the war dead. The Remembrance Sunday ceremony was held at the British War Memorial on Line Wall Road. The government says it’s committed to returning it to the Cross of Sacrifice once the airport tunnel is operational.
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Last week, British Prime Minister Theresa May began the formal process of the United Kingdom’s exit from the 28-nation European Union, nine months after British voters chose to leave the EU. This has the British citizens of Gibraltar, a 3-square-mile sliver of land in southern Spain that’s more than 1,000 miles away from London, worried. NewsHour Weekend special correspondent Amy Guttman reports.