Marina Playa Hotel Almeria
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... on the water and so clear you could see the bottom all the way. However, when we tried to get out of the thing, we looked like a right couple of Wally's, hardly able to stand upright.
We came here to get the nostalgic part of the trip out of the way and we have had a ball. We have met some interesting people ...
... is a beautiful drive though weaving between mountains across ravines 100's of metres high and views out to sea beyond. We arrived in Almerimar around 3 in the afternoon. The whole town is built from scratch starting about 40 years ago. There was nothing there so a man founded a new town, harbour and marina.It is really too modern for my taste but a harbour parking spot is always my No. 1 aim. One must pay for harbour parking but office was on siesta until ...
... pleased that 'Elf & Safety' had not reached this part of the world and that there were signs indicating that children could be thrown off this part of the cliff (see picture). We saw a couple approaching us with baby in a carry basket slung between them and we thought we were going to witness a ritual sacrifice. Nothing happened however and despite waiting for some time nobody threw ant children off while we were there. Better luck next time!
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal;">Oh yes. Well that's about all I have to say on the matter. But it probably explains why the Spanish talk so loudly. It is to cover their embarrassment over the fact that everyone knows what they have been up to - especially if the senora has a big grin on her face..
... this lone case heading along the conveyor belt at break neck speed. Lo and behold it was ours and shortly after the second one turned up. There is a God and he works in baggage at the airport!
Finally, after three hours of drinks and nibbles and and looking at expensive items that we could not possibly afford, we boarded a Veulling (pronounced Welling) flight to Majorca.
I find it incredible that airports are able to fill their ...