- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and getting onto the metro for the 25 minute ride out to Gexto. Gexto is part of the wider Bilabo area but a town in its own right even though there's no gap between them. We had about a 5 minute walk off the subway with the only point of interest being the built in street escalators going up the hill! We were downhill from the station but took note for future reference.
Arriving at Betty's AirBnB was a very different experience. She didn't speak one word of ...
... here and they are extremely patriotic, like you can never met them without being told in the first ten minutes that they're Moroccan.
Basically it is three sandstone things in the middle of a shallow man made lake. Two are arches and the last is the temple which is pretty small and you can't go into. It was really pretty however, almost no one else was there. A hundred meters away was a lookout but my luck with fog struck again and we couldn't really see much.
... joking), we joined Andrea and some more friends for a dinner in a restaurant with a beautiful view. The dinner was good until the bill arrived to everyone's surprise 45€ per person. Easily the most expensive meal I have had to pay for. At around 1am , we made our way to the party and it was unbelievable. I have never seen a street party with so many people. Definitely one of the highlights of the trip. The night ended about 6 am with some unbelievable ...
... a gravel road and found the sign for it. Playa De Gulpiyuri is an amazing place I found on Pinterest over a year ago. Formed from an old sink hole is an amazing little beach in the middle of a field! A little tunnel from the coast brings water through the rocks forming little waves that wash up onto the tiny secluded beach. It was truly an incredible natural phenomenon. We walked up between the beach and the cliff to see a beautiful view of the ocean. When you turned ...
... the choice (as we saw it) of either continuing around the coast to Portugal, or heading north the quicker way, which would take us through Madrid. We chose the latter.
The other luxury we have is that we decided to spend three nights there with no set ideas on what we would do. Our time in southern Spain was very busy for Steve (self inflicted though, due to not one, but two golf games!) Therefore, our Madrid time was going ...