Hotel El Dorado
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to check in, or it was going to cost us another £170 for the Ryanair staff to do it!! So I carried out the now familiar routine of entering my details onto the free wifi website, and with seconds to spare finally checked in. The flight was short but eventful, as we watched a couple spend way more money on extras than they would have done had they opted for a regular flight rather than an 'el cheapo'. Our late arrival ...
... the mountain and along the cliffs under us, a beautiful sight ! We walked for about an hour and while the wind was starting to become stronger and stronger we went to the restaurant of the camping and had some calamares fritos with a big salad. Than we went to the camping café where we could watch Belgium - US. We took our little Belgian red horns with us to cheer for the Belgian team ! Some other young Belgian couple from Liege ...
... a pretty little village, a former fishing enclave, now a tourist resort. The path out of Las Negras climbs a hill giving excellent views down the coast. The path seemed very busy compared to what we have been used to. After about an hour, we started a descent towards San Pedro with the ruins of the 18th century San Pedro Castle and a 16th century tower coming into view. Cala de San Pedro is described as a delightful bay. The ...
Monday 28th April
Weather: same same
We moved up the coast to a campsite at Los Escullos. There isn't anything at Los Escullos except the campsite, a restaurant and an old Fort. The campsite is about a kilometre from the beach so we headed there later in the afternoon for a spot of sunbathing.
Tuesday 29th April
Weather: Can it get any hotter?
Did a circular walk today in land to San Jose and then along ...
... the cycle route we had done on Friday. This took us in and out of lots of small coves - all very up and down. The scenery is volcanic with cacti, prickly pear trees, thyme and palmettos. We are in the National Park proper now so no unsightly greenhouses. The colours are beautiful, all earthy browns and dusty greens. The volcanic nature of the land gives rise to interesting rock formations including basalt ...