El Jardin De Los Suenos
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... cathedral and a very impressive Moorish fortress called "Alcazaba". Almost completely restored and huge. The wind was getting a bit annoying and colder. Than we walked through the shopping streets for a bit and ate some churros which were miammiii. We walked some more and had some tapa's later on in a bar called "La Boheme", ...
... then on until the Americans seemed to wake up in the last 10 min where they scored 2 - 1 and had 2 other big opportunities to score again. It ended wit the 2-1 so Belgium was through as well. Next round will be against Argentina as they won 2-1 against Algeria so that will be a different kind if match ! Tired but happy we went to bed. 2nd We left this camping and drove to Almeria where we found a nice little camping practically on the ...
... is on foot or by boat.
The old abandoned buildings have been colonised by those who wish for an alternative lifestyle (hippies and naturists). If they thought they were getting away from it all, they clearly couldn’t have been more wrong. Wild camping is clearly the popular thing to do with handmade signs give advice on trying to keep the area clean and free from human waste. This is clearly the destination for all those on the path. ...
Saturday 26th April
Weather: Mucho Scorchio
We packed up and headed to San Jose. The campsite was easy to find and is lovely, shaded by eucalyptus trees. We had a walk around the small marina this afternoon and then went for our first sunbathe on the beach. I wore my new bikini for the first time.
After about 10 minutes I was bored, couldn't get comfy to read my book, covered ...
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 ...