Chinasol Apartamentos Turisticos
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... spare bedroom and cooking us a feast.
We have been to some of the most iconic symbols of each country we have visited such as Stone Henge in the UK, The Eifel Tower in France, Pompeii in Italy, The Alcazar in Spain and the Tower of Belem in Portugal. That being said we have been to some lesser known and off the beaten track including Ksar Ghillane in Tunisia, Gallipoli in Italy and Lagos in Portugal.
We have had the opportunity to house sit on ...
... t know its true name. The third is "Peak 2", also off the map and definitely not straightforward. It's got steep cliffs on its west and north sides which can instantly be written off as ascent routes. At first sight, the east side looks possible, but this too has a continuous small cliff around the base of the mountain, just above the track. Previously, I've also written off the south side as too steep, but I've now noticed a rather scruffy path leading upwards from ...
... where we have a delicious eggplant appetizer followed by a rice dish with prawns and ribs. As we leave, it is raining lightly - a first for us in Almuñécar and perhaps some foreshadowing of what will no doubt be awaiting us as we head back home to reality this weekend. The vacation is a couple of days from coming to an end. As our next stop is Malaga, only about an hour away, we don't ...
... making Popsicles. Oh... I almost forgot, after the afternoon camp where we went snorkeling at a waterfall with a motor boat where there were GIGANTIC waves, which was a little scary I have to admit... But fun anyway. I hope I didn't forget anything, but talk to you soon! Love from Spain, and 2 kisses from Europe! ...
... on an excellent series of maps which are displayed in the village's main square, the Plaza de Espana - and copies of the same maps are also attached to little noticeboards placed at strategic intervals along the route. This is probably a good thing as I've never been able to find a copy of these maps in any shop around here, so there's no chance of carrying one with you!
The start of the climb to Cerro de las Forosa is an incredibly steep stairway through some ...