Helios Costa Tropical
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... to drive out on the Sunday for a walk along the harbour in a town a short distance from Nerja called Caletta. Now, I must point out that on this day Gareth had a stinking hangover after hitting the town with Dave Green the previous evening. He managed to pull himself together and we enjoyed a fabulous fish lunch before lying on the beach and the driving home. He does look a bit miserable on the photos of this day though. Unfortunately on the way home, a dog decided ...
... these people ordered chops’’. We’re still not sure what was wrong with Pepe, maybe he was having a nervous breakdown but he came back down stairs, with two children hungrily eating the unwanted food and ten minutes later he dumped the chops, which weren’t really worth all the drama in front of us. We ate up and left, feeling as though it was all our fault while Pepe rowed with some other customers over a bill.
We drove through the wild Valle ...
... get going in the morning. Pinball is closed so we have breakfast at the little restaurant on the corner after finishing packing our bags, making up a package of food we can't use for the cleaning lady, stripping the beds, doing a general tidy-up in the apartment. In the late morning we hand in our key and bid farewell to Rosario our great hostess and make our way to Malaga. Adios Almuñécar!
... Hoyo del Toro, 3.3km". Hoyo del Toro, translated literally, means "Hole of the Bull" - in view of the number of caves in this area, where limestone predominates, this would no doubt be a cave, but hopefully the footpath would also lead me up the mountain above the railway line. Whatever - it certainly looks worth doing.
So I'm off to Ventas on a dry, but rather dull morning and am soon making good progress back along the old railway line towards Periana. It's ...
... br> There are a lot of UK expats here and we ended up in a little bar down the street that apart from the sunny views and local food might have been a pub in downtown London. The British are very friendly though. We met a nice couple, Owen and Elizabeth, who live here year round and their daughters own and operate a local hotel. We agreed to get together with them for margaritas.