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... filth of feria had even spread to Malaga's waters. I also tried Taco Bell for the first time in my life. Proved to be very cleansing for the bowels. One afternoon I explored around the Alcazaba – the 800 year old Moorish fort – that overlooks the town. That was pretty cool. Other than that just talked **** with the guys, criticised Malaga/feria/Gabriel at every ...
Today was a lazy day. Sandra going to collect a painting with Sandy. We got up about 9.30pm, had breakfast then sat in the sun most of the morning reading books. I had to cover my forearms with dish towels as they were still burnt from Saturday. We also slapped on factor 50 sunscreen that we found in the flat to stop any other burning. We raided the lemon tree in the garden for lemons for putting in a hollandaise sauce to go with some asparagus that ...
... announcing its arrival with a thirty second blow on thier horn. A Calor gas van arrives with dozens of bottles on the back to replenish local households supplies, a cereal and animal feed van. It brings a whole new meaning to going shopping when the shops come to the people rather than the people go to the shops. After all, these inhabitants most likely don't drive and there looks to be only a total of a dozen cars in the village at most.We take ...
OLVERA for 3 days, GIBRALTAR for a day.
Travelling down to sea level from Olvera to Gibraltar brings respite from the incessant rain. I have checked the forecast which tells me, unsurprisingly that the whole of Spain is under a rain cloud. We wonder if this and the resulting devastation is normal? All around, we see fields containing lakes that I'm sure aren't there by default, roads that have become mud encrusted as the surrounding area has flooded and been unable ...
... a real awareness of landslides during or after heavy rain. Thankfully we arrive safe and sound and park Sharron next to the railway station which pleases John no end. When it stops raining, we take a stroll up the mountain through beautiful pine forests and muddy streams. We pass by a waterfall the colour of coffee from all the rain washing down the mud from the hillsides. Some new age hippies have set up a shack serving meals and offering overnight accommodation. We chat ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking