Hotel Apartamentos Vistamar
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... of the window or read it in the tea leaves?
After much faffing about trying to get jackets over the body armour we're ready to go. It's been a year since we were last here and I was feeling a bit nervous, wondering if i'd forgotten how to ride off road. First obstacle to overcome was the hill out of the villa up to the main road, last year I stalled half way up and it was a bugger to restart. We set off and like a total **** stalled in exactly ...
... the Alcazaba (as the Moorish palace is known). Again entrance was free because of Easter Sunday, which we greatly appreciated. The Alcazaba entrance consisted of eight separate gates or maybe it was nine. Each gate contains a thick double door system with about 20 feet between the doors that can be filled solid with rocks and dirt (turning the gates into solid walls) leading towards an enclosed courtyard area where you are faced with walls on either side. The setup delivers ...
... depicting scenes from the gospels related to the Passion of Christ or the Sorrows of Virgin Mary. Que un experiencia! In addition to taking in the semana santa festivities, I discovered/explored many interesting historical places, took a lot of great pictures, ate a lot of good, greasy food (including boquerones), made some new friends, and of course, spent as much time as possible relaxing on the beach. ...
... speak English as well as Spanish, Dutch and German so we can enjoy a conversation that doesn't exhaust us. The food is delicious and the sauces outstanding. We've worked our way through the small menu and saved the best for our last meal with Luc and Patricia this Thursday-rack of lamb.
Our longer daytrips have taken us first to Ronda, a white city straddling a narrow deep gorge 100 meters above the riverbed. ...
... were heading in the completely opposite direction, so much for my internal SatNav. Lunch at Gusto was good, big portions and in the shade but we were ready for another ride so Doogie lead us to a place with loads of hills, slops, descents and obstacles we were in hog heaven.
Third training session of the day was how to descend, but first we had to get up so 2nd gear, stand up, give it the beans and up the slope. We practiced a rout of up one hill and ...