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... to the rescue, the UK Santander mobile phone App is smart enough to locate the nearest Santander ATM, in Spain, for us. It is in Aguadulce, about two miles away.
So, in the interests of exercise, and, saving £4, we walk to Aguadulce.
The saving is then spent (plus a bit), and the exercise undone, on two very large gin and tonics.
Saturday 15th ...
... rain). So, we cycle to the "Commercial Park", which is a sort of small Eldon Square. There are some very smart shops, but, no customers.
Thursday 13th March 2014
The weather forecast says, it is going to be overcast, perhaps with rain today. Which I think was actually yesterday's weather, since it is actually warm and sunny when we emerge in the morning.
We cycle the three miles along the coast, to the Market on Avenue de Union Europa.
It is ...
... and sandy. We traveled to Malaga and arrived at the Aires we had found in the book and to our disappointment it was not there. We spent 30 mins traveling up and down thinking I had got the wrong place before we managed to contact sarah on the phone and she spoke good English and gave us the new address. We still had trouble finding the place but eventually found the site. We said we would be back by 4 as ...
On our fifth day we took the long trip to El Ejido, and first visited a farm to see how ecological techniques can take place, before visiting the site of the worst race riots in Europe - a bit of an anticlimax when the only thing we saw was an African man shouting that he loves English girls. We then went to a fancy restaurant, where we walked in, sat down and grabbed a ...
... new 35 floor tower—which doesn't seem to be in use yet. It has me scratching my head… Why would a farm town like El Ejido need a 35 floor skyscraper?
Later I learn from the hotel owner I stay at that this is actually the tallest building in all of Andalucia! Taller than anything in the big cities of Sevilla, Malaga or Granada… why? “The mayor wanted our city to be famous for something” I’m told.
“And what is it ...