Almunecar Playa Spa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... sup>st of May 2014. We have visited eleven countries and with the bike have traversed approximately 30,000 kilometres.
We have had the opportunity to reunite with many of our friends that we had met on our 2005 – 2008 Americas/African jaunt. To meet these people again has been a true joy and brought us much happiness.
We are so grateful for everyone's hospitality. Hanka, Erik, Mika and Liam for letting us tent in their back yard. Peter who gave ...
... We enjoyed a day or two relaxing on the beach and a day touring in the Hinterland where we meandered in and around the pretty pueblos blancos of Salares and Cómpeta. There was a large scorched area of hillside visible just above Cómpeta but otherwise life appeared to have returned to normal. Obviously our guests were also subjected to Flamenco Night and a couple of fun evenings in the village bars and restaurants...
... It was a really good camera but turned out it was a scuba diving guy's camera so unfortunately we had to give it back. Later we went to a garden and helped water plants and even got cactus spikes stuck in my hand. How great... We ended up watching tv later that night and I was going to watch a ✳'new' episode of "New Girl" at 11:45 but it isn't even worth watching tv ...
... reaches of the Higueron Valley below.
The descent from the Collado is easy at first, but becomes increasingly overgrown with gorse, cistus, rosemary, etc. as we approach the track below on the east side. The first time I attempted this route, I failed to find any trace of the path near the bottom and had to go back over the pass, but since then some kind person has made a couple of strategically placed cairns, which point the way through the thickest part ...
... around here, but most of them are expert in retreating before you can get the camera trained on them!
Eventually we get to the steep summit tower, where there's a minor scramble on to the top (2083m, about 700m above the car park). There's not enough room to swing a cat up here, although someone has managed to squeeze a small shrine or two amongst the rocks. The view is brilliant - you can see the Axarquia mountains to ...