Hostal El Castillo
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... that has one or on to Fuengirola which has one or you’re best off in Marbella.
Drove through the 7km of beach that is Fuengirola, very nice and instead of the normal boats on roundabouts one here had a herd of elephants (?!?!?, couldn’t get the camera out fast enough!), found the campsite, WOW how expensive????
Stayed anyway, thought we’d stay for the weekend, but ...
... br> adventure.
Although we weren't going to take what some have a described as amazing views as the
train passes through the mountains, we still have an opportunity to visit Ronda from our next destination.
Tuesday 16 June
In the morning we left the anchorage (still visited by customs during the night) and
went to Gib to pick up some diesel. At the marina they were asking 1.33 Euro per litre. We got 175 litres for £75 – you gasp – ...
... artefacts shop, and discovered a row of body parts and organs, made of wax with a candle hole. What the hell ... Lindsay enquired to the young gentleman serving - do you have a liver (figado). Yes, was the reply. What's it for, asked Lindsay? They are to be presented to Our Lady of Fatima, if you or a family member has a matching ailment, and prayed upon, for good health. We wondered what would happen if this took place, and you didn't get better? We decided to leave ...
... was a a lovely sunset too as we walked back to our hotel and were able to catch the last bit of sunset.
We are looking forward to tomorrow night and New Year's Eve. The menu is fabulous...7 courses. Then there's dancing to a live band. Full report to follow sometime on New Year's Day. Meanwhile faithful readers ............Happy New Year! With Love Kay and Colin
... and doves and the lovely little farmhouse with the big view and made our way up the hill to Ronda via Montejaque and Benaojan. Andy and I stopped in Benaojan for a tapas snack in a little bar complete with old men drinking beer, laughing and catching up on the weeks gossip, cured legs of Iberian ham hanging from the ceiling, a chalk board listing the daily options, and sawdust on the floor. I spied ‘chocos fritos’ on the board – ohhh, I thought that must ...