Apartamentos El Minarete
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... with well restored typical Moorish walls, perched atop the hill with rugged cactus covered cliffs on three sides. To the north is another wall goes down a valley and up a ridge on the other side where it looks like there’s another old fortress and a religious statue. I head to the entrance, up a beautiful garden path to the traditional Moorish gate… and find… the entrance is free! OK, I’ll forgive Almeria for charging me to visit the church… ...
... a more sheltered place in one of the street of the town. There wasn't much to chose from, as the street were very narrow, but I managed to find a more sheltered spot next to another smaller camper in front of the public washing place! I waited out the rest of the night and managed to get another hr or so shut eye, only to wake up in the morning to torrential rain! When I took the blinds off in the morning, there was dirt and grit inside the van that must have found it way ...
... above it. The slopes curving down to the water were, Mister Kitty told me, the very image of those used in the spaghetti westerns he'd grown up watching - not all that surprising, as most of them were filmed in the south of Spain.
We had company that night as well; four other boats spent the night with us in glassy water and gentle winds.
... any other options, so we stuck the engine on and the sails out and, with 20 knots behind us, made excellent speed to Almerimar, a strange little town populated almost exclusively by non-Spaniards.
We decided to stay for a few days, as they were offering very good deals (hoping to persuade us to spend winter there) and we felt in need of a bit of a break. There ...
... in Almeria. Saw two or three wedding parties, one bride on her way to the Cathedral in a horse drawn carriage.
Coffee and a muffin on our way to the Fort. A whole 3.80 Euro for two coffees and the muffin – reminds us how much we are being ripped off in Australia !
La Alcazaba is on a hill so the walk upward, ever upward is a toil – but it is worth the journey. For once, entry is free ! They have done ...