Balcon de Competa Hotel
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... little loft. I think loft just means small but we were in and settled.
From our loft we explored the old town parts of Malaga, the harbour and plaza's, a newer walking street and the Alcazar and Roman ruins. Tapas bars are everywhere and we had to learn to pick carefully as they quickly show you to a table.
Most everything closed for siesta and reopened at 5 or so. In ...
... mike went for a run. We all met up afterwards and continued to bar/tapa hop, including to el Pimpi, where actors and performers used to hang out. We found Antonio Banderas's penthouse apartment, which is located on the corner of the apartment building next to el Pimpi. On the walk home we stopped by a local art gallery/bar near the ...
There's a folder of things to do in our apartment so we decided to take one of the road tours because the weather was quite brisk and very windy. In fact, we first attempted to hit the tennis ball around the court but we literally got blown off it, so a car ride seemed to fit the bill.
Competa is a small town up a very big mountain and the road up, and of course down, is very, very curvy and, to be honest, it ended up being the scariest ride I've ever taken. ...
It's just over three months since there was a serious wild fire near Competa, which is 6 or 7 miles from Frigiliana as the crow flies. It was a baking hot Sunday afternoon and suddenly we saw a huge plume of smoke to the north west, and then lots of helicopters buzzing round. Within minutes there were flames on the hillside too. After a couple of hours, it was apparent that the firefighters were getting on top, but the fire wasn't out ...
We made up our packed lunch and decided to head off into the mountains for the day.
After heading inland we headed off for Competa stopping at a lovely lake for lunch. It was warm and sunny and we had great views. Competa was a lovely white village, built on steep hills. it had a lovely square and the streets were great to wander around. It did get a bit colder as the sun went away, but we still had a great day out.