My interest in Gibraltar began in 2008. Until that time almost all I knew about The Rock were stories
from my father who had marched up Main Street with other young sailors at some time during the Second
From research for World InfoZone I learned that Gibraltar was the last known habitat of Neanderthals
(Homo neanderthalensis) thought to have still lived in caves in Gibraltar around thirty thousand years
The buildings which my father had walked past all those
years ago, and which had been there for many years before, are still there.
As well as the [sometimes] adorable Barbary Macaques Gibraltar is known for its military history.
In 2015 I was invited by the tourist office in Gibraltar to visit some of the most well known places of
interest and the next year followed up the World Heritage application for Gorham’s Caves
Later in that year I wrote an article about the Elliott
- named after General Elliott - and the surrounding area. General Elliott is commemorated in
the nearby Alameda Botanic Gardens
Places of interest in Gibraltar include Catalan Bay, Sandy Bay, Harding's Battery, the Lighthouse and the Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque, the Queen's Balcony, St Michael's Cave, the Moorish Castle, the Trafalgar Cemetery, the Alameda Botanic Gardens, Commonwealth Gardens, Queensway Quay Marina, Ocean Village Marina, Camp Bay Lido, Gorham’s Caves
and Viewing Platform
Read the World InfoZone information on GIBRALTAR
Gibraltar 2012, Gibraltar 2013, Eliott Hotel, Sunborn