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... including the remains of a large fish-salting “factory”, bizarrely situated in the middle of a semi-tropical botanical garden. We also found a sizeable section of Roman aqueduct on the outskirts of the town.
Yet again we were impressed by the abundance and excellent preservation of Roman remains in Spain.
For the next few days the ...
Just moved along the coast a hours drive to a lovely little town of Isleta del Moro with the Isleta del Moro Arráez just off the coast. Arrived mid afternoon and after lunch walked around the small town, fortunately enough it was small so ended in a bar for a glass of Vino Tinto Now turned grey and even seen a dark cloud and a flash of lightening, chicken&fresh basil dinner cooking and a bottle of red opened, thank god for grey ...
... I thought the site looked OK but Rob refused to stay there. Even though he had been driving for hours he insisted on going on to a previous site at Los Escullos, nr Cabo de Gato.
When we got there it was still warm and sunny so we went to La Isleta and had a stroll on the beach. I would have wild camped ...
... is a lovely view across to La Iseleta, where we had lunch yesterday.
There is also a castle,the Castillo de San Felipe built in the 1750;s it looked as though it had been restored, but was not open. Its main function was to repel pirate attacks. ...
... br> valley. We overtook a cowboy in full regalia, David couldn't resist winding down his window and saying 'Howdy'- the guy was not amused, he just nodded- bet he hasn't heard that one before. We parked up and found there was only a handful of visitors plus we could stay the night.
Heading out into town we were in time for the afternoon shoot out show, taking place in the main square outside the saloon.It was all in Spainish, and full of jokes we couldn't get ...