Hotel Bahia de Almunecar
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Thursday 18 June
After someprovisioning we left the marina and headed east. We ended upanchoring east of Malaga. There was a bit of swell so the flopperstopper was out and we tried another anchoring technique which should in theory keep us facing the swell. As there was very little to no,
wind it didn't.
Friday 19 June
After a not sopleasant nights sleep – we've had worse but this was just theoccasional ...
... Friday as we had friends visiting and this was brilliant. There were 5 children all playing brilliantly together, lovely food prepared by us and plenty if wine. Our friends Dave and Sandra stayed with us and Sandra's Brother and wife and their children stayed at Dave's flat in Biryhana. It really was a fab weekend and although wevhad some rain, it didnt danpen our spirits at all. Gareth and I took the boys down to the Sunday afternoon party which was brilliant. ...
... be good, but it's certainly exceeding expectations! As expected, the wind is now decreasing, but it's still strong enough to be producing a few towers of loose snow on the high ridges above. Eventually, there's a descent back into and through the pine forest, with an easy finish through fields to get back to the Ermita Nueva. And a further sight of Trevenque as a bit of afternoon cloud drifts across just below its summit. An excellent day ...
... on the blog while Norm drags himself about watching tv and not much else. In the late afternoon, we go out for a bit of a walk to get a few groceries and some fresh air.
Monday and Tuesday end up being slower days though we go for a couple of good walks during the day and later in the evening.
Our last night in Almuñécar we go have a meal at Meson Gala, one of our ...
I leave them to it and walk down to the motorway. The track I'm on goes below two viaducts (there is one for each carriageway) and, for a short distance, actually follows the line of the central reservation - which would be a risky undertaking were it not for the fact that the traffic is about 40 metres above! It's not far to Maro.
I take a walk round the village before returning to the car. It's mostly a traditional Spanish coastal village ...