Hotel Victoria Playa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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So we finally reached what we hope will be our "final" destination for a while. We'd like to spend a good chunk of the winter in Southern Spain and have picked out a town half way between AlmerÃa and MÃ¡laga along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea to try out. The lows are above freezing and the highs are a very tolerable 50-60's. (Heaven after freezing in France!) We haven't figured out how to outfit our RV gas fittings to work with propane yet and ...
We've arrived at a potential long-term campsite in a small town outside Almería, Spain. If we like it, we might winter here. If not, we'll see. But if we do decide to stay, we can do a lot from here: I ...
... difficult to make....
La Mariposa came tops.
Sound teaching versus a real adventure into the completely unknown.
Maybe week 3 I can venture into one of the pottery villages?
Contacts in Nicaragua ( from friends) are arriving daily. I now have a Buddhist nun to meet; the owner of a wonderful pizzeria in the capital to chat with; a poet-priest-sculptor to track down, ...
... at 11 in the morning, but by 2 it was so crowded it was a struggle to get to the water. Everyone was pitching tents, building barbecue pits, and smoking weed in preparation for the festival (we could smell it everywhere we went). The beach will really get crazy tonight, but we have class tomorrow and it's finals week (and we don't have tents :) )
We spent a long day sunbathing and swimming in the frigid Mediterranean (it was ...
... me to get out of my comfort zone. Its the kind of advice I cheerfully dole out to everyone else but rarely take myself. I always say "put yourself out of your comfort zone, but not so far that you are looking into the abyss" Well today I was doing just that.
I never thought I suffered from vertigo but as I negotiated yet another hairpin bend squeezing past a large lorry, and looked out of the car window at the stunning but sheer vertical drop below me, and felt ...