Travel Blogs from San Luis
... after an hour or two and want to leave. Now I have managed to train them pretty well in life so far, but this area is proving a problem. In desperation I decided to try lying down at the waters edge with the waves lapping over me and not move whilst they headed back to the campervan. Now these two must be a bit a bit stupid, because it does not matter how much I sulk and protest, all I hear ...
Monday 28th April
Weather: same same
We moved up the coast to a campsite at Los Escullos. There isn't anything at Los Escullos except the campsite, a restaurant and an old Fort. The campsite is about a kilometre from the beach so we headed there later in the afternoon for a spot of sunbathing.
Tuesday 29th April
Weather: Can it get any hotter?
Did a circular walk today in land to San Jose and then along ...
... and sticky with sun cream - this is why I don’t do beach holidays!!. The sea was very cold so I only managed a quick paddle. We persevered for about an hour and then headed back to the campsite for a shower and a cup of tea…..
Sunday 27th April
Weather: Mucho Scorchio
We walked out of San Jose back towards Torre de la Vela Blanca but took the coastal path ...
Wednesday 23rd April
It was a long drive today, broken up with lunch and supermarket stop.
We drove through some lovely scenery. Olive groves as far as the eye could see once we hit Andalucía. After passing the snowy tops of the Sierra Nevada and drew closer to Almeria, with the scenery became more barren with strange stone formations and houses built in to the rock.
John spotted an old western style town a few miles off the ...
... it would be pretty hot inside come July or August.
When we left the fort we walked through the town. We couldn’t
get into the cathedral because it was closed. The streets were very clean and
narrow. A lot of them were one way streets because there was no room for two
cars to pass. This could be confusing if you are new to the town and don’t know
which way the streets go. The town was very ...