Complejo Turistico Castillo Castellar
Travel Blogs from Castellar de la Frontera
... which came recommended by James. It was a very cute little mountain town where most of the buildings were painted blue. We walked around looking for a restaurant to eat in, and were approached by a man who said he could show us where to eat. We accepted his help, knowing we would likely be led to a rug shop of his after eating, but we were ok with that. The man, Abdullah, turned out to be very friendly and led us through the winding neighborhood streets to a restaurant we ...
... up to a mountain town, and it was getting a bit late, we stopped at around 6 at a town called Portalegre. We walked around its narrow cobblestone streets looking for charm, but were unsuccessful. Eventually, we decided just to get out of town. We bought some sandwiches and ate them quickly, gulping down some coffee for the road. Off we went.... or so we intended. We asked Siri for directions, and ...
... legitimate concerns for my safety, with illegal Subsaharan immigrants living in the forests waiting for a chance to cross to Spain. Luckily (?) this policeman didn't think of any of these things, and I'm allowed to continue my quest.
When I come across I military operation further down the road, rounding up a camp of Subsaharan Africans, I walk on and pretend I don't see anything. But it does cut at my heart seeing those fellows (one of them barely able ...
... taken back out of the church. All day there were flamenco guitar players in the streets and a general happy feeling every where. A perfect time for me to catch up on the blog!
By late afternoon, I had managed to get the majority of the days events recorded and I joined Debbie at the beach. A series of kite boarders were riding the wind along the beach and I stopped and watched them for a few minutes. Myra returned from her first day of lessons, tired but ...
... in the morning and spending 4-5 hours hiking meant I was absolutely starved. I headed for the first fish and chips place I could find...since I was in a British territory after all. I found one with outdoor seating, and settled in with my nook and a pint of beer to do some reading while I ate. The fish was absolutely amazing....if I ever said that Dublin fish and chips was great, they are nothing compared to fish and chips right from the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility