B&B Guesthouse Casa Don Carlos
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Travel Blogs from Alhaurin el Grande
... carving on a well groomed blue piste, where you felt comfortable enough to lean over and let your ski edges bite and do what they’re designed to do. It was similar in this case, the bends were not too tight and it was very comfortable leaning from side to side in almost a swaying action, working in unison with a machine that wanted to do exactly that. There weren’t many blue runs though!
We must have ridden a couple of hundred ...
... narrow, steep mountain passes some in good condition, others not so. It was a long day in the saddle, some 8 hours or so. Bob remained lead rider for the day, for which I am very grateful and Sini provided expert navigation again for which I was grateful. I had the feeling throughout the day that I was getting a free lesson in riding from Bob, who handled his Harley expertly all day long whilst I lazily followed behind learning more about riding in that day than ...
... steak haha. Absolutely melt in the mouth delicious!! The English couple are visiting Sydney in November so I enjoyed myself freaking them out a bit with tales of deadly creatures they might encounter. Also put them right that beer comes in a tinny not a canny. And that we do have goannas but sadly NOT Komodo dragons. I think they should be right to survive Balmain now. Last pit stop was quite weird. A botanical garden dedicated to cacti. Rare cacti ...
... Town. Such hardship.
It was great to catch up with both Sue and her lovely sister, Jane. Co-incidentally they had booked a week in Mijas for the week after J and I arrived. This was perfectly timed for our weekly chat.
So we had a fun few hours meandering around the cobbled streets of Malaga Old Town. We strolled around Plaza ...
... br> If I dont pass life on watch after dark could become exciting for skipper/mentor teacher
so folks another week. 2 more here then back to Lescala for last 2 then one in Antibes then what will I do now?
I have a few photos to add and will post when downloaded.
Once again I appreciate your comments and look forward`to a sailing holiday soon.
May I suggest we start on lake monger and move forward?
cheers and cervesas amigos/amigas
Capn PJ mcUtz rtd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Golf Course