Hotel Artola Golf
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... that has one or on to Fuengirola which has one or you’re best off in Marbella.
Drove through the 7km of beach that is Fuengirola, very nice and instead of the normal boats on roundabouts one here had a herd of elephants (?!?!?, couldn’t get the camera out fast enough!), found the campsite, WOW how expensive????
Stayed anyway, thought we’d stay for the weekend, but ...
... beach massage. A lovely relaxing setting and the Thai man was very good and worked all those sore back and neck muscles from this tough sailing. Cheeky drinks on board then we headed into town to meet Steve and Ann for dinner in the old town - several bottle of wine later and a few rums we head home at 2am. Fun night but not the best move with an early start in the morning as we head for ...
... certificate, to the most Southern point on the US mainland, the most Eastern point on the Australian mainland, and the most Western point in France (Pointe du Raz). The plan was to make our way to Lisboa, our first major European capital, with a brief stop at Boca du Inferno, a rock formation, which left Lindsay rather underwhelmed. We decided to stay at a campsite in Lisbon, as added security and piece of mind following some interesting events in Porto. A bus would, ...
... fort on the hill town of Salobrena but in general not a particularly attractive coastline.Nothing we saw would tempt us back to the Almeria area,
The Spanish are still completing parts of the AP7 motorway, which has stalled due to the Euro problems. No doubt this will be completed with 'bailout money' - some of the construction of viaducts and tunnels is awesome and extremely expensive.
Marbella is more up-market with some impressive villas ...
... Benaojan where low and behold, Andy caught up to us, having put in 35 more kms at an ironman pace.
Dinner, at highly recommended Almocabar, a small traditional Andalusian restaurant in the quieter San Francisco barrio just outside the town gates delivered on authenticity but disappointed the food critics amongst us on flavor. Good but not great.
Ronda is one of the largest white hilltowns, as well as the most spectacular (and photographed, and touristed) thanks ...