Hotel Victoria Playa
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To all of you who are reading this thank you so much for following us on our adventures.
And to Caroline, Jonathan and Ava ,thank you really doesn’t seem to cover it but I hope it is clear what a fabulous, truly unforgettable experience we have had here in your Spanish idyll . Muchisimas gracias XXX
... I showed the budding tri-athlete a thing or two about hill walking I can tell you. Although we were a trifle warm when we reached the top the views were amazing. On the walk down we passed immaculate olive groves and then further on down plums, lemons, oranges, figs , pears and apples all within about an acre of each other- lovely..
Back in the village square for breakfast at 1015.
Hot and sweaty but with buns of steel... Job ...
... 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 ...
... southern Spain - dry, but with a very cold wind and only occasional bursts of sunshine. The higher peaks are blanketed in cloud and I only fancy a short walk, so this looks ideal. I'm not sure whether I'm going to find a path up the mountain, but I reckon that it ought to be possible without one, as there isn't much vegetation and the angle of ascent is in places a fairly easy one. But in fact, as soon as I start towards La Corona from the railway ...
... site are five story buildings that were used to house the main manufacturing machinery. The site is easily identifiable from a distance with its distinctive red brick smokestack. There are still remnants of original hand painted wall decoration in several of the smaller buildings
It's my understanding that the Moors first introduced sugar cane to the area but it wasn't until the eighteenth century that sugar became one of the most ...