Hotel Andalucia Princess

Address: Carretera Nacional 340 Cadiz - Malaga, Km 164, Estepona, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29689, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Nacional 340 Cadiz - Malaga, Km 164, Estepona, is near Estepona Golf and Palaeontology Museum of Estepona.
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Travel Blogs from Estepona

Day 1-2: Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 2021

76 photos

... but he’s clearly not going to let me pass… until I give him my water bottle. I’m carrying it in a plastic bag so he assumes it’s got food in front of it. I look back down what looks like a mile of stairs. No way, no way in hell am I turning around now! We stand there at a deadlock for a while, until finally the monkey concedes and scoots over to the side. I squeeze passed, still using my guitar as a shield just in case he changes his mind. ...

Estepona Spain

A travel blog entry by oneworldonebike on Sep 26, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... of burning clutches and brakes. We took a ride to the top of the Rock and had a walk around the cave, but as for walking anywhere else it was way to hot and the hills to steep. When we came out from the caves there was a crowd gathered around our bikes as one of the resident monkeys thought he would try and steel my bike.

Thursday 25th we decided to get up early and take a plunge in the sea, which turned out to be a lot colder than we anticipated it soon became to hot to stay ...

Britain in the Sun

A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on May 05, 2014

4 photos

... in the distance you can see the place that you are entering (although rather than the rides, this was the Rock itself). You then whip out your passport and without stopping walk straight into a different world.

Gibraltar to me felt very much like a colony, and I imagine it would be very similar to how Colonial India must've been (although obviously with Spanish features, rather than Indian). ...

Why Travelling is Awesome

A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries on Dec 02, 2013

3 photos

... Food is a continuation of culture, so if the custom is to eat goat head soup with your hands - you best get involved! That being said, when travelling to foreign countries for extended period of times, sooner or later you will fall victim to a dodgy tummy and for every evening spent rubbing your belly in satisfaction, you must also be prepared for the less glamorous nights spent hugging a toilet bowl cursing a local dish you cannot pronounce! As ...

Day 21 - Goodbye Morocco

A travel blog entry by bgill on Jun 28, 2013

... than scheduled, the buses eventually took us to the ferry! By this point, my nerves were shattered and i was thinking about contingency plans for when i got to Algeciras. The time change meant i had almost certainly missed my bus to La Linea. Anyway, i boarded the ferry and not so long after, we finally got going. Without even knowing all the facts, i was cursing the Moroccan’s for what i perceived to be **** organising when the likely cause may have been something out ...