Mecina Fondales Hotel
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... event. The endless floats, bedecked with balloons, flowed through the city centre, some carrying the three kings with their respective gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh, along side marching bands, fairies on roller skates, prancing, horses and giant Disney characters. ‘Caramelo, caramelo’, the kids screamed, going wild under the relentless showers of hard boiled sweets that rained from the floats and bounced off our heads. ...
... the Moors to defend themselves from the Spanish Catholic Army and after taking photos of the well preserved castle and the amazing views of the city we meandered downhill for a Menu del Dia in a restaurant just off the main square. Bizarrely the grumpy owner got our order wrong and even though the restaurant was empty at the time and we’d ordered from the English menu he brought us two plates of meatballs. ‘No, chulatas, chops’ we explained. Looking confused he ...
Friday 14th March 2014
As anyone reading this is probably aware, our British banks make a nice little earner, by charging a "handling fee" if you use your credit card or debit card to purchase goods or draw cash from an ATM outside of the UK.
Quite by chance, while visiting Almeria, some days ago, I discovered, if you use a UK Santander debit card, to draw cash from ...
... and four portions of "tapas". The portions of tapas are enough to make a light lunch for two, the quality is quite good and the service is best described as "jolly" I would say.
It is true, the tapas are mostly "English" versions of the Spanish original, for example, Chilli-con-carne, eggs and chips and fish and chips are "tapas" I have not seen on a Spanish menu before, but, hey, what do you want for 8Euro?, and, they do have more Spanish choices, like Squid, Tuna, Prawns ...
... when we make outdoor alters and process around the village singing. The priest blesses each alter. Everybody sings in whatever key they feel comfortable with. I hum. I donīt know the words. Sadly, this custom ( which started in the 1400's I believe) is fading. This year there were only two alters in the village. The new priest ...