Hotel Bahia de Almunecar
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... on rooftop patio. Weather has turned cooler especially in the evenings.
Wonderful views from patio restaurants in the many different villages surrounding us.
See pic of Simons' steep morning hike to chapel.
Took some rides rides on routes through valley villages, plus great hikes along mountain trails.
We will be storing our moto here with the Attridge family. joined them for cocktails at their fabulous villa ,located ...
... up the huge hill, away from the beach, I could hear lots of children's laughter and voices and looked in horror into an outdoor restaurant where there were about twenty kids bouncing up and down on a big bouncy castle. I stopped my bike and looked at the name of the Restaurant which said, The Restaurant Biryhana." So there it was, we'd got the wring place and missed the party. The next day I took Alex to school and trued to explain to the teacher and gave her the ...
... Castillo" is in fact a sort of fake - built by an eccentric marquis in the late 19th century.
Beyond the village lies the "Ermita Nueva", a chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary, which is the starting point for our walk. There's a little early difficulty in finding the right farm track through agricultural land, but we're soon on a steady climb on a good path through a pine forest. The views across to the Sierra Nevada are ...
... 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 ...
... like "never again" and "twice in a lifetime experience" come to mind.
After what seems an age, we're past the bad step and back on the track near the helipad. It's gone 4.30pm and there's still 90 minutes or more to go. Including the reascent to Puerto Blanquillo - not a welcome thing for tired legs. But at least we can now put one foot in front of the other now, in something resembling a normal style of walking.
We're only about 20 minutes away from ...