Gibralter, customs

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Re: Gibralter, customs

Post by Simon_100 » Tue Apr 21, 2015 12:41 pm

It's been said above - it all depends on the political situation: every time the RN dock a nuclear sub, which is against the established protocol, the Spanish go ape. and every time a Guardia Civil patrol boat roams into 'British' waters - the Spanish have a different idea of what these are - the Brits go ape.

No point either way - in sothern Spain you can get everything you would want in Saainsbury's anyway :evil:

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Re: Gibralter, customs

Post by mechanic » Tue Apr 21, 2015 5:34 pm

Hi all many thanks for your replies, I think I get the picture, keep the visit to a short day and carefully secure the bike on the Spanish side. Shame as I've always wanted to call and tick the box, so to speak, cheers Nige.

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Re: Gibralter, customs

Post by moto al » Tue Apr 21, 2015 6:08 pm

mechanic wrote:Hi all many thanks for your replies, I think I get the picture, keep the visit to a short day and carefully secure the bike on the Spanish side. Shame as I've always wanted to call and tick the box, so to speak, cheers Nige.
sad to say it's only worth a day visit. A place from a bygone era. Al .and no looookin for tesco points.
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