Hotel Victoria Playa
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... just brilliant.
We then found our hotel and then proceeded to wander around the city center. We found
some really nice bars including one where a Ska band were playing outside.
Monday 22 June
In the morning
wandered around the town some more especially taking in Santemonte.
The bus ride back
took an alternative route which allowed us to see a lot more of the
... prams. I told Gareth that I would not be sending Lewis on Monday and so we traipsed around again, to find Snoopy 2. We met with a wonderful person and the nursery is fantastic so he starts Monday for a couple of hours a day. Aims for next week are more Spanish and to sort our healthy eating regime out and get some exercise scheduled in! The big task will be finding a new hairdressers. Not looking forward to that! Been spending the days in Nerja town which ...
... be good to leave most of our belongings in one place and travel light.
One of the "dangers" of our location is that almost below us is an award winning bakery and not far away an artisan heladeria (ice cream shop) where we make the required stop every evening while out on our walk. Hello treadmill when we get home, I'll have to double my time on it. Norm wishes he had brought his pedometer as we certainly do log the kilometers walking everywhere for a good portion ...
I've had a (mostly) relaxing weekend. Friday night we went to another discoteca, Mae West. It was much nicer/cleaner/bigger than Granada 10, and had better music as well. Somehow, we all managed to wear clothing that matched. More in keeping with the Spanish tradition, we didn't get home until four in the morning. Fortunately, we had no plans for Saturday until dinner.
We went out to a place that specialized ...
... I might feel.
Thankfully on Day 2 the Spanish rescue party (my friends Eugenio and Diego) arrived with fresh supplies of food and moral support. They stayed here the last past 2 days and left this morning. They have made me feel better about my reaction to this town. They kept saying "Madre mia, estas en Espana profunda". Which roughly means "Mary mother of god you are in deep Spain". Its primitive and rural even for them. People still ride their horses to the town ...