Hotel NH Almenara
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... between Cordoba and Mallaga where rocky mountains and hills filled with olive trees dominated the landscape. We reached the Mediterranean Sea at Mallaga from where we took the coastal road down to Sotogrande.
No real problems today, except our check engine light keeps showing up, only to disappear again after some time. We did a quick check and since we can not find anything unusual and the engine is running perfectly smooth, we assume it must ...
... very much but will see them and all my other family and friends in a months time. Once I land in Gatwick I'll hop on a bus to go to Heathrow and stay in a hotel there overnight before boarding my plane to South Africa on Monday 1st September. Goodbyes were hard but over it now and it's only nerves and excitement I'm ...
... streets and mostly white painted buildings. Only about 17,000 residents live here but for sure that number would quadruple in summer with it being a windsurfing and kitesurfing Mecca. A short bridge joins Tarifa to the small island of Las Palomas. On the east side of this bridge is the Mediterranean; on the west side, the Atlantic! How cool is that!
Tuesday morning and all went to plan. We placed our van in Javier's Spanish hands and ...
... Gibraltar saturday.
Sunday, slow start and walk . Gib a port that basically lives on tourists shuts saturday afternoon and reopens on monday morning. Is this how they built the British Empire?
Sunday lunch. Today it's slow cooked Octopus Croatian style For this we utilise the Croatian skipper and his grandma's 500year old recipe. Turns out pretty damn good. Baked slow with potatoes like in Portugal. Jose you would be jealous.
... large orchards. As we moved south west we came across pastures of bulls and horses, something that we have not seen much of in the northern part of the country.
As we have crossed Spain we have seen large black silhouettes of bulls (14meters high) , the national unofficial symbol of Spain, and we thought that it was a rancher advertising his bulls. Actually the "Toros Osbornes" as they are called where brought to existance in 1957 ...