Hotel Bahia de Almunecar
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... enough to enjoy lunch . We rounded off the day with an excellent meal at Jocavi on the village square www.cafebarjocavi.com !
Certainly a memorable day, made even more so by all the lovely messages, cards, calls and gifts from family and friends . Thank You.
I'll stop being so smug now.
So, I can report that the rain in Spain does not stay mainly on the plain. We are in the centre of an impressive storm this morning. Saves watering the plants though.
I can report that J is gearing up to do an entry but don't hold your breath.
Meanwhile here are a few random photos.
... to a little Spanish restaurant outside. Lisa likes to take care of the cats in the area so her and Alex went off to give one of the cats in the area medicine. Peter, Kyla, and I all talked together at the table. As it started to get darker we took the scenic route for our walk home. The little town of Almunecar is just perfect for Peter and Lisa. They can walk everywhere and Espiritu, their dog, is welcome everywhere they go. People come out of their shops to meet him. Espiritu was ...
... and a half hours from the Fabrica.
As usual, the descent is much quicker, especially as I take a somewhat overgrown shortcut lower down to save a kilometre or two. And it's quite a bit warmer too - I even manage to take my cagoule off near the end!
Incidentally, the name Malascamas means "bad beds" - no, I haven't got a clue as to why it was attached to this mountain and, as far as I know, no-one else has either!
(8 hours, 25km, c1200m ascent)
... I did a thorough Google Street study of what the locals were wearing on the street. For me it's all about the hat. I though the locals would be be wearing a Panama/Fadora- style hat but when I got here I discovered the latest craze with all of the old men in the plaza was the newsboy cap. I managed to buy a stylish plaid one at the Monday market in Torrox-Costa for €4.00 -- what a bargain. So now I look just like one of the old guys that hangs around the plaza. Note: still looking ...