Almunecar Playa Spa Hotel
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... just brilliant.
We then found our hotel and then proceeded to wander around the city center. We found
some really nice bars including one where a Ska band were playing outside.
Monday 22 June
In the morning
wandered around the town some more especially taking in Santemonte.
The bus ride back
took an alternative route which allowed us to see a lot more of the
... lanes plus the new apartments surrounding it in almost every direction. After settling in and sorting out domestic chores we walked into town. The weekly outdoor market was closing up after a busy morning so it was straight down to the beach for a swim. The beaches now are becoming more gravel than the East coast which is not to everyones taste but the cold waters were a ...
... scruffier outfit on and was crying, complaining and wearily walking up the hill towards, "The Biryhana Restaurant," where the party was. Gareth and I were both feeling quite nervous about the whole thing. Normally we're really sociable people but this whole communication issue can be really debilitating and scary. When we reached the restaurant, it was dead. Closed even! Nobody around, no signs of children, nada! My first thought was that Id got the date wrong. ...
It's blowing a hooly in Southern Spain. There's been some heavy rain overnight and, although it's now bright and sunny, the wind is so strong that I'm wondering whether Andrew, Heather and I can make it as far as the car, a few yards along the street, let alone up to the Silleta de Padul, a 1500m summit near the Sierra Nevada. But the forecast is saying that the winds are expected to abate later, so we go for it anyway.
... minute scramble and we're at the top - although not all at the same time, as there isn't enough room there for three.
There's just about a view, but not a very good one. You can see downwards (for a long way), but not across to the other peaks around us, which is a pity after all the effort we've put in - it's taken around 5 hours to get here from Acebuchal.
We're quickly away to start the descent, but have to take great care in the gully. Then we're back on ...