Elba Almeria Hotel
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... pension upstairs. It’s run by a fellow, maybe 50 who at the same time cares for his semi-catatonic wife who sits there in the bar… a sad but touching scene. He’s also a musician and is eager to hear one of my songs—and suggests some musicians I should meet here in town. After we chat for a bit, I head out for a stroll, figuring, since I’m here, I should explore this town properly. After pausing for a video clip in from of a sculpture of a ...
... wind stop. I was generally fearing the worst. You see, we were parked on top of a cliff, and as the wind got stronger and stronger I was convinced that I was going to blow off the top of the cliff. That's not even an exaggeration! I watched to see if anyone else was moving or even stirring, but all was quiet on the western front. I wondered whether I was just making a fuss about nothing Come 5am I had had enough. The wind was getting worse, so I decided to bite the bullet and try ...
... for six months of winter.
Our fingers were firmly crossed that we'd be able to anchor this time, as once again there weren't any particularly helpful marinas around, but this time we were lucky. The crescent bay on the east side of the cape was perfectly sheltered, with beautifully warm water and an empty but rather beautiful ...
... any other options, so we stuck the engine on and the sails out and, with 20 knots behind us, made excellent speed to Almerimar, a strange little town populated almost exclusively by non-Spaniards.
We decided to stay for a few days, as they were offering very good deals (hoping to persuade us to spend winter there) and we felt in need of a bit of a break. There ...
... in Almeria. Saw two or three wedding parties, one bride on her way to the Cathedral in a horse drawn carriage.
Coffee and a muffin on our way to the Fort. A whole 3.80 Euro for two coffees and the muffin – reminds us how much we are being ripped off in Australia !
La Alcazaba is on a hill so the walk upward, ever upward is a toil – but it is worth the journey. For once, entry is free ! They have done ...