Hotel Don Ignacio
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... br> Today we took the local bus ride in a loop through old town and new...a great way to see everything for less than 1€ each and once all the Spanish got off at various stops, the driver practiced speaking English with us and gave us his own little tour. Great fun.
During the second loop we got off in old town and spent the day walking around the streets, stopping for some ...
... a lot of noise in the big Chapin stadium. They were 4-0 up at half time and just cruised through the second half, only adding one more before the end. We tried a different flamenco bar last night. It was packed and the singer seemed to be famous, but he turned out to be a real crooner singing old-fashioned sickly ballads, not flamenco at all, but the bar did have some fantastic flamenco murals so worth a visit and a couple of ...
... some good goat cheese. We tried one white and one red. Spanish wines are all good and relatively inexpensive. He told us that Spain is now the biggest wine producer in the world! I couldn't tell for sure about these wines because I woke up with a cold that has been progressively worse. So Franci went to dinner without me and I have just been relaxing and getting packed for ...
... closer to the street were lost when he fixed his phone. Anyway, to Málaga!
Andrew's additions: It was pretty tough to adjust to the Spanish hours (light breakfast in the morning, big lunch, siesta, tapas until later in the day and then a big meal after 9:30pm). Since this wasn't a touristy town, they definitely abided by the siesta schedule. There'd be all sorts of hustle and bustle with people out walking and shopping all over the place and then, minutes later it was ...
... We'd been to Barbate and to Conil and, although they were pleasant enough towns, they were not that special, so I wasn't expecting anything much.
Vejer is some 12 km inland from the campsite and hugs a hilltop with its sparkling white buildings. The road climbs steeply up the hillside and, being a bit misty, we drove up through the clouds to a town bathed in sunshine. Parking was ...