Camping Marbella Playa
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... that has one or on to Fuengirola which has one or you’re best off in Marbella.
Drove through the 7km of beach that is Fuengirola, very nice and instead of the normal boats on roundabouts one here had a herd of elephants (?!?!?, couldn’t get the camera out fast enough!), found the campsite, WOW how expensive????
Stayed anyway, thought we’d stay for the weekend, but ...
... Casares is a great “white village” and not too many tourists venture this way so it is unspoilt and a beautiful place to just walk around. Great views to the Rock of Gilbraltar and even Africa!
Ronda – OK enuff of the “help me Ronda, help, help me Ronda” couldn’t get that song out of me head until we saw the Puerto Nuevo – “New Bridge”, called “new” cause it was ...
A large yet pleasant campsite close to Marbella. Spent 4 nights here.
January 23 Wednesday
We packed camp (we're getting very good at this) and left at 9:45 am. On the way out Rob bought an adaptor for the camping electrics which you often need here in Spain. We'd had to borrow them up until now.
Defying Rhoda who wanted us on the motorway, we drove along the coastal road which took us through a few ...
... much needed detail to understand the various styles he used over his lifetime.
This is also the city were we were finally able to swim in the Mediterranean Sea and had time to try the local food at an authentic Spanish restaurant. We dined on mixed plate Paella, fresh fish, grilled artichokes, steamer clams and Sangria.
After making our way back to the ship at 11:00 PM, we set sail for Gibraltar, ...
... out how to get to the bus station in an industrial section of town. When we missed the bus by seconds – we saw it pulling out but could not get it to stop – we looked around the deserted bus station at a momentary loss for what to do.
Luckily, there was a lone taxi cab pulling away from the front of the bus station, so we made a quick decision to grab it and negotiate the 45-minute ride to our departure city. The ferry station was in a ...