Altos de Istan
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... are gradually trying to explore by walking the seafront boardwalk between Puerto Banus and Marbella.
The "Golden Mile" holds much of the Country's massively expensive seaside real estate, and as there is always public access to the beaches in Spain, there is a promenade or walkway between the houses ...
... 8217;t book accommodation etc on the off-chance of getting tickets. It was different for us, as we had already booked our accommodation before we found out that all the tickets had gone.
Back at the hotel, we head to the room for a welcome rest before Dianne decides to do her resting at the pool, but the water is a bit cold for Murray, who settles for a long shower and a sleep. Dianne goes for a swim and reads the SMH on the iPad. Murray comes down and joins her ...
Having dropped Mark off we decide to head out to try and get to Marbella for our lunch stop with Steve and Ann. Leaving about 10am Tuesday there was still no wind until after midday but then we had a good sail for a few hours even reaching 9 knots before deciding it was time to reef down. However it was not long lived so we had to turn on ...
... tour bus to our "hotel" for the evening. Much to our surprise, the hotel was way in the countryside and is a ranch home that has been the same family since the 1600's. The gardens are huge (over three acres for these alone) and the estate is surrounded by their orchards and vineyards. The highlight of the gardens is the extensive water features going from one level to the next as we wound our way down the various levels on ...
... the trains that rattled quite frequently, along a railway line that we hadn’t even noticed.
The next day our destination was Camping Roquetas on the Almerian coast, in Roquetas De Mar, which has a 3km, coarse sandy beach backed by an attractive promenade and is well known for its many water sports facilities like water-skiing, jet skiing, fishing and yachting although none of these were taken up by our good selves because we preferred to meander along slowly on ...