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Things to do as a solo traveller? : Hello everyone, Appreciate that this is a relatively quiet sub-reddit but even if only one or two of you have suggestions it would be a big help. I'm in Gib for the next 2 weeks, mainly to check the place out and to consider relocating here more permanently if things go well. I'll be keeping busy heading to job interviews, apartment viewings etc but will still have a decent chunk of free time and as such was looking for something to do other than drinking pint
Quarantine procedures? : Hello Gibraltar! I'm from the USA and am thinking about going to Gibraltar for a month or so this autumn or winter as I've heard that borders are open. My work is all remote and mostly independent, maybe one or two Skype calls per day, so it is not hard for me to base myself overseas. I've had extreme difficulty in determining quarantine procedures however. Many websites say that Gibraltar's borders are totally open, some say there is a quarantine required for certain na
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