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Travel Blogs from Roquetas de Mar
I woke up in the morning feeling refreshed and excited about the change in direction. All I knew was that I felt I was moving in the right direction again and all the signs seemed to point to yes as well. I starting talking with one of the guys at the front desk of the hotel when I was checking out and told him my whole not at all tragic, tragic story and he laughed and said that my Spain did exist and he was sweet enough to spend like 10 minutes with ...
Now this place is really off the beaten track.
What a gem, lovely stone cabins really rustic and just lovely.
The place is an olive oil factory with a bar, restaurant, shop and these lodges.
It was 41 degrees and really dry and dusty as we were up in the hills of what looked like the rockies, red mountains ...
Left La Isleta drove around to look at the lighthouse and flamingoes on the other side of the cape, then south to Almerimar. Not a very pretty drive - vast expanses of orchards completely covered in plastic.
Stayed in a camping car area in the Marina, between the beach and the yachts. Lots and lots of yahts. Real ...
Three cowboys and a sheriff got involved in shoot outs in the saloon, where a couple of girls demonstrated the can-can. The dialogue took place in Spanish, so we did not understand a word of it, but got the general idea.
One of the best things about this place was the lack of tourists around, so you felt you were the only people in ...
... not very friendly of them, but Brian thoroughly enjoyed the lagoon, and the larger one further along the coast.
The following day we went out to the lighthouse on the headland, then headed over to San Jose for a walk along the front for "dar un paseo" (slow evening stroll).
This was a lovely little town, which apparently is like the Costa del Sol
before the high rise hotels arrived. ...