Complejo Turistico Rural La Garganta
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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... seller, not seen that anywhere else and they were rather expensive. In fact, Malaga is expensive compared to everywhere else we’ve been.
By the way, we’re turning native. Found a Costa Coffee today and it was ****. Definitely like Spanish coffee, nice and strong. Penny also realised she prefers San Miguel or Cruzcampso to Stella and Kronenburg (previous favourites).
Just one thing neither of us are that keen on, Spanish ...
... a walk down some steep stairs for a better vantage point of the historic bridge. Once we got back to the top we walked to another lookout that had great views of the ravine connecting the 2 sides of the town. The vertical cliffs were a sight that brought on feelings of vertigo. The "Arab Bridge" could also be seen from this look out. Nowhere near as picturesque as "New Bridge" but 500 years older! We hit the autovia again, next stop Granada. We arrived in Granada ...
... may be funded by regional and local government departments. The path is just one meter wide and is made partly of niches in the stone sheer wall face, partly by wooden struts atop metal grids attached to the rock face, and partly from concrete poured into gaps. Much of the pathway and just disintegrated and fallen away int the river some 350feet below. Tip : The train line from Malaga to Cordoba still passes through ...
... day, follow the rules, and don’t make trouble, paradise awaits where they can chat with Mohammed and his buddies all day long, just like our priests and pastors promise our “salvation” at home.
None of this is to deny the abject poverty, the medical stresses, the overgrazing, and the over population in the third world which we all must work to address, but the relativity of happiness certainly comes into focus when traveling.
The people in Morocco are not ...