Hotel Cala Chica
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... so Mark could get his history fix (look at the pictures, he’s in heaven!!). Penny didn’t cope too well, temp hit 32 degrees today, not a cloud in the sky, but she managed not to get heatstroke, just moan a lot.
Tapas for lunch, €14 including two drinks each, can that be right??
Managed an hour on the beach before it got dark and then had a nice bbq’d pizza for dinner, sat on the beach watching the waves crashing in. Oh what a ...
Thursday 1st May
We wondered why there was a sudden influx of campers last night and then it clicked – it's May day and the Spanish don’t wait for the following Monday before they take the holiday. It is also Madrid day tomorrow so my guess is that a lot of people on the site are from Madrid and making a long weekend of it.
We had a nice conversation with the owner of Ruby’s ...
... on the back of the scooter again.
After church, it is off to the "Cabana Belge" in Aguadulce Marina.
We first of all drop the scooter off at the campsite, since we just may have a drink, with lunch.
Another superb lunch, with copious drinks, which lasts from 13:30 to 16:30, I really would recommend this place. As if, having an excellent meal was not ...
Tuesday 11th March 2014
We decide to having a restful day, sitting in the sun.
Part way through the day, one of our (few) English neighbours (John) begins moving his caravan. I subsequently discover, he has sold the existing caravan to one of the site cleaners, and bought another from some other English chap, onsite.
Kathleen soon interrogates them and we learn, John and his wife are residents in Spain, they live inland, near Granada, and keep a caravan ...
... driver, it is 1.45Euro, each. I addition, the bus does not take the same route back, but, for some reason completely bypasses Aguadulce.
Fortunately, it does stop, where we need to be off.
Finally, a couple of oddities, this, ...