Hotel ATH Roquetas De Mar
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and the number of times I bounced off the road onto the gravel verge was shaming. I was just getting used to it when I had to take it back.
Tomorrow I move inland to a site near Granada. After yesterday's storm the weather is cool and dull and the forecast for the rest of the week is poor, but that is good because if it is cool I can safely leave Treacle in the van and go and explore the city. If the weather turns out really hot then I wouldn't be able to leave her locked up.
... but the strong winds meant we couldn’t take the awning down without it blowing away, nor did we want to risk towing the caravan in such conditions. Luckily towards the end of the week it began to calm down a bit and we were able to make preparations for leaving. But first we made one more visit, to the “white village” of Competa nestling high in the mountains. Not only is it a ...
... motorway. We crawled all the way around and when we got to the bridge over the river in sunday's photos, we realised what the problem was - a lorry had broken down ON the bridge! The tidal flow of lanes, 3 our way and 2 the other side was changed to 2 and one and then one each side. All that filtering in took an age. ...
... plants are sprouting in the blackish grey sand.
We are heading off again tomorrow - a longish journey, the scenic route, passing Gibraltar to Cadiz. We are leaving out the Costa del Sol as we have already been there and visited Ronda,Malaga,Marbella, Granada, Mijas, Gibraltar, Torremolinos and Fuengirola/Benalmadena!
Today we went inland to 'Texas Hollywood', Fort Bravo!!Set in the fantastical Tabernas Desert and mountain ranges. A vast empty lunar landscape, where many of the 60's Spaghetti westerns were filmed and where low budget westerns, adverts and music videos are now shot. Fort Bravo is a dusty, old filmset cowboy place, with a mexican village, native american reserve and wild west town in one.
You turn off the main tarmac road and drive along a gravel path through a ...