Cabogata Garden Hotel & Spa
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... plants, and in the plants live huge numbers of rabbits so Treacle has been in heaven. Sadly the plants were also home to large numbers of ticks and I have become very expert at removing them over the last few days. Just before the beach there is a small lagoon which is famous for its unusual bird life and on my first day I saw the endangered White Headed Duck (it has a bright blue bill and its tail sticks up like a flag pole), pochard, shovellers, cattle egrets, and lots ...
... We had another outing, to Salubrena, an old Moorish town along the coast dominated by an ancient castle on a hill. We had expected it to be as interesting as Almunecar but were disappointed.
After climbing up a series of steep, narrow streets and flights of steps we reached the door of the castle only to see a sign – “Closed for restoration”! There wasn’t really much ...
Just moved along the coast a hours drive to a lovely little town of Isleta del Moro with the Isleta del Moro Arráez just off the coast. Arrived mid afternoon and after lunch walked around the small town, fortunately enough it was small so ended in a bar for a glass of Vino Tinto Now turned grey and even seen a dark cloud and a flash of lightening, chicken&fresh basil dinner cooking and a bottle of red opened, thank god for grey ...
... We witnessed the local police moving some other campers on for a first time but for some reason they left us alone... We had a cracking walk on Saturday around the headland coastal path, before buying bread and having a fresh coffee with ...
... other MHs on the beach, but we are very low on gas and need to save what we have for the long trip through France where there are very few campsites open.
When we got to Los Escullos, the site had a power cut. Then a ferocious wind started up and howled all night! neither of us had a good night's sleep......