Cortijo Puerto el Peral
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... fellow comes out “where are you going to play music?” he asks eagerly “there’s a bar down the street where you could play!” he suggests. It would be nice… but I decide to go ahead and continue on my way. I continue on down the road heading back towards the coast, with endless orc**********g the sides. Normally, perfect area for improvised camping except that they’re all surrounded by chain link fencing! That’s OK… ...
... out at artisan markets, lots of hugging and guitars, and now and then the scent of dope in the air. It made a nice change from previous cities. Next highlight: an excellent lunch of tapas on a rainy Tuesday, the day before leaving for Ronda. The restaurant was Oliver's, just near the cathedral. We had a plate of fresh, deep fried anchovies, a bowl of clams in a garlic oil, sliced potato and pimiento, and red pepper stuffed with caramelised onion and a fish pate. The rain dripped ...
Laguna Playa camping. - enjoying a last afternoon and evening in the heat and sunshine of Velez Malaga before beginning the long trek home. Missing home too even though it is raining there, we have memories of sunshine and strawberries from the garden before we left for this ...
... off to school in really remote areas with their backpacks on their backs, and seeing them playing in school yards. It is just gorgeous that kids are the same all over the world. On the way to the ferry it started raining. If was a bit surprising that after weeks with fine weather it starts raining in Morocco! Then mr Soussi received a phone call to say that the weather was too tough for our ferry to leave & we may need to spend ...
... tower, which had an interesting choice of tapas. Our book mentioned the Bishop’s palace. I think we found it, but tourists are not allowed in as it is official offices of some kind.
The palace around the corner from the cathedral was constructed using some of the original buildings of a Moorish palace of the 12th century. The gardens are extensive and in different styles. There is an ...