Bahia Tropical Hotel
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... in and tossing us about – we headed further east. We ended up anchoring in a very pleasant bay – with less
Saturday 20 June
After a much better nights sleep we headed off for Motril from where we should be able to
get to Granada.We found a moorin gat the Real Club – a bit a distance away from the town but that's okay.
Sunday 21 June
Tried to take a busto the bus ...
... a sweater. All good until id got it home to find I had one pair of trousers in stead of shorts and the jumper was too small. Back again the next day! Lewis's first week at nursery was a complete disaster! After dropping Alex off school on Monday, I cried most of the way to Lewis's nursery. He's never really been looked after by anyone other than close family, so I was very nervous about leaving him. We walked 25 mins across town to drop him off and he looked ...
... the chain of limestone peaks to the west as far as El Chamizo and Pena Negra. The photos speak for themselves.
After that, the cloud blows in again for a while and a second clearance isn't quite as spectacular - but who's complaining? Especially when there's the sight of a colourful partridge hopping around the cliffs on the way back. And, no, we didn't have it for dinner ...
... where we have a delicious eggplant appetizer followed by a rice dish with prawns and ribs. As we leave, it is raining lightly - a first for us in Almuñécar and perhaps some foreshadowing of what will no doubt be awaiting us as we head back home to reality this weekend. The vacation is a couple of days from coming to an end. As our next stop is Malaga, only about an hour away, we don't ...
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 ...