Hotel Barrosa Park
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We arrived at lunch time in glorious sunshine the Aire is right on the prom holds about 100 vans all the spaces opposite the beachfront were taken so we parked up in the middle late afternoon someone left so we moved into their spot now we have beachfront luxury accommodation. I cycled up and down the prom for a while lots of locals out with their families it being Sunday. We are west of Gibraltar on the Atlantic just at ...
... the 5 inch piece I had brought with me he just smiled, cut it off a 25 metre roll and sent me on my way. He didn't charge me anything but I think it made his day. Once back I donned my plumbers hat and mended the problem in a few minutes, before a well earned Steak Dinner with all the trimmings (but no wine tonight!) The rest of evening we spent researching for our next big crossing to either Maderia or Morocco, then on to the ...
We got a move on today in order to catch the local bus to Cadiz. MeteoVista's forecast was for rain first thing, but clearing later. When we left the campsite to walk the 200yds or so to the bus stop it was dry, but then it started to drizzle heavily blown by a strong wind. ...
... can barely see the sea. The two-lane highway finally became dual carriageway not long after we passed Gibraltar. The scenery changed too – more hills and a lot greener. 5 mins past Tarifa, the southernmost point of Spain, I pulled into a garage for diesel then into a rough area nearby where we could have lunch. It was now 3 pm. When I started the bus to leave the garage a warning noise started up and the alternator light ...
... corporate jet' to Rota, in the province of Cadiz, hired a rental and cruised one hour south to a sleepy beach town named El Palmar.
Can you guess I was on surfari? Que sorpresa!
What an idyllic place; warm sunny days, chilly nights and fun waves. Perfect conditions. Mellow mood. Instantly hooked.