Gran Hotel Guadalpin Byblos
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... beach and dirty area, we’ll move on tomorrow to Marbella and back to the ACSI book.
We did find a new camping book, so we’ve got better choices now and a book on Seville and Andalusia which looks really informative.
Mark would like to mention that he cooked Spanish Chorizo sausage on the BBQ this evening and it was very nice. To be fair we’ve had some ...
Well todays campsite is different. It's out of the Aires book, which is 'cheap’ or free ‘parking’. Actually there are no ACSI campsites in Malaga and this one is a storage facility, so we thought we’d feel safe, and we do.
However, the walk to the bus stop is another story. Do not return in the dark and it’s best to jog the 300m, there’s no path and it’s really busy, the lorries passing really hurt ...
... it is dark here it is VERY Dark!
We arrived back home and decided to make supper at home (for the first time) so Wally and I had baked turkey breast with (very bland) Rice with onion and butter for flavour and broccoli. I have since bought some salt! lol It was great to just stay home and eat on the terrace. The food tends to be quite salty in the tourist type restaurants (italian, english, etc.) so it was nice to be able to control that.
... settled in and then we headed for a late supper to an Argentinian BBQ just over on the next street! It was very good (at least I thought so). We were all bagged so to bed we went as soon as we returned from dinner.
The photo in the Google maps link indeed has our unit on it - which is cool!
... the descent. It was a long way down, but worth the trek despite the tough hike back to the top. There are remnants of Arabic culture throughout the county of Andulicia and Ronda was no exception. Along with the water mine, the nearby baths were part of the old Arab Quarter of the city known as San Miguel. Following the Christian Crusades through the city the public baths were neglected, but these are still the ...