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... and what an amazing few weeks we have been having! I feel totally at home here, and would quite happily stay here for another few weeks or months if time allowed. I feel I have settled down into what is soon becoming a daily routine which I am loving. Breakfast with my book, followed by a walk to the beach and back, chores completed and then back outside into the sunshine for a read. 3 o'clock brings a second walk to the beach for drink and tapas time with my ...
... that she wanted me to meet a friend of hers, and a fellow motorhomer, Patrick. So, at one in the afternoon I found myself eating pizza and drinking port! And once the port was finished the wine started! After polishing of half a bottle of port between 3 of us, as well as a bottle of wine, I left, with an invitation to Patricks for more pizza that evening! Over lunch, we discussed the dog, and decided that seeing as we could not get the collar on ...
We popped into Torrox this morning to see the vet about booking Pippin in for her check up for the passport. Not such a good plan as the vet there was still charging the same price as before the changes were made, two years ago, making the process more sensible and cheaper. She asked for 45 euros whereas the vet in Calais does the same job for 25 euros, fills in a form, a quick health check and a worming tablet for 25 euros! So, now ...
... a bit of snow and is exposed to the wind, but it's the only sensible option because of the cliffs on the southern side. Getting to the top is a slow process, with every footstep (and the occasional hand-hold) carefully placed. There are no other footprints - obviously I'm the first visitor since the snow fell a couple of days ago. Finally I'm at the summit trig point - it's fortunate there's one there, as it provides a little shelter from the wind as I get a bite to eat. It's ...
We agreed that after our last trip to Nerja we should return to take in some of the sights. We rose early and made our way down to a local hotel to call a taxi. Torrox-Pueblo is so small it doesn't have it's own taxis. One has to be called in from Torrox-Costa. I guess it makes sense because the Pueblo is so small you can pretty well walk anywhere in under 15 minutes. We met our driver, Francisco, in the main plaza close to the Banco Popular and ask him to take us to the Cava ...