Barcelo Cabo de Gata
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I finally broke out of the campsite Roche. I'd been there a month, and whilst on the one hand it had become like home and I had an inertia towards leaving, comfortable as I was in my spot, there was also a longing to move again, so I was soon in a great mood as I headed off up the coast. Looking at the map I'd spotted lots of small green tinged roads which hugged the coastline from where I was ...
... a more sheltered place in one of the street of the town. There wasn't much to chose from, as the street were very narrow, but I managed to find a more sheltered spot next to another smaller camper in front of the public washing place! I waited out the rest of the night and managed to get another hr or so shut eye, only to wake up in the morning to torrential rain! When I took the blinds off in the morning, there was dirt and grit inside the van that must have found it way ...
From Almerimar we headed east to round Cabo de Gata, which marked the end of the Costa del Sol and the start of the Costa Cálida, which stretches along the small section of south-east Spain that include Cartagena. It translates as 'warm coast', so named because it has a micro-climate featuring hot, dry weather (even in the winter), hence it being it ...
... any other options, so we stuck the engine on and the sails out and, with 20 knots behind us, made excellent speed to Almerimar, a strange little town populated almost exclusively by non-Spaniards.
We decided to stay for a few days, as they were offering very good deals (hoping to persuade us to spend winter there) and we felt in need of a bit of a break. There ...
Sat., Sept. 13, 2014
We did our own walking tour today in Almeria, Spain which consisted of touring the Alcazaba fortress which is one of the biggest fortresses ever built by the Arabs in Spain. We walked the downtown and harbour areas returning to the ship for sail-away at 4:00 pm. +30 again today so tried to soak it all up!
Sun., Sept. 14, 2014
Today is our 3rd sea day - another beautiful day relaxing on-board - travel distance to Valletta, Malta is 863 nautical miles.