El Cielo de Canar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Canar
... We are getting good at charades and thank goodness for google translate on my phone as I had to ask for some tea towels tonight ! The trips to the supermarket are always interesting to see the different foods and try to find things we think are normal but not necessarily over here. Things are so much cheaper than NZ even found some local Marlborough wine today for €4,25 even when you convert it we can't ...
So once again, it's been a while writing this and I think it's been a mixture of laziness, being busy and time just flying by. Nevertheless, we have been up to lots since the last entry so here we have it. Christmas in Nerja was really interesting and we had a great time having a totally different experience than we've ever had. The brilliant thing about Christmas in Spain from what I've witnessed so far is that it's not rammed down your throat from October onwards and far ...
... the houses - the white washed ones. There were a few arty crafty shops on the route back down to the town centre. It would be lovely to have the luggage space to do some shopping. There have been some fantastic shoe shops - mostly winter boots which are not practical as I will be returning to glorious sunshine and summer. Time flies when you are having fun! It was after 2 pm when I got back to the hotel. I dashed to the post office and yes it was a long process as indicated on one ...
... opposite. We had also seen him when we were having lunch too, so it made us think that maybe he lived here? Not sure. Anyway during the night he was pretty loud,not as loud as the following nights however! Paul also developed some food poisoning symptoms during the night and was quite sick. This followed on for the entire next day and he couldn't keep anything down. I was a little worried about him, but he didn't want to see a doctor, just wanted ...
... as it is also the owners home. Got some groceries and then went downstairs to a bar for free tapas with the first drink. Salad and paella to follow and Jude managed to convince them we wanted a doggie bag so tomorrow nights tea is sorted. The Spanish/English dictionary purchased for a BMX trip to Argentina finally came in handy! The end to a good drive through interesting scenery even if we weren't inspired to get out of the car ...