Gran Hotel Elba Motril
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WARNING to vegetarians, pescatarians, those with anorexia or bulimia and to my friends in Slimming World. The following blog contains references to food and graphic descriptions of eating, particularly of large quantities of meat.
We had a couple of days of heavy rain just before we left Finca de Piedra, which meant the little unmade- up road down the hill to the site was somewhat muddy. Jeff, the site owner, kindly drove his ...
... have plenty of helpful waymarks, whereas the route over Cerro el Calar looked like it might be more difficult to follow, especially if there is snow on the ground.
I start by walking up through the village and descend again to the Rio Torrente. It's far from being a torrent - more like a trickle! Perhaps it's more impressive in the spring and early summer when the snow melts on the Sierra Nevada above. There's a good track to follow, but no waymarks, because this ...
... so care is needed not over confidence. GPL, the gas for our cooker,fridge etc when not on mains electricity is easily accessible in France at many fuel stations, but each one has its own idiosyncrasies and care is needed. Accessing currency is easy with the Caxton pre loaded card until certain banks do not cooperate, most reliable is Credit Agricole! WiFi is readily accessible in France at McDonalds for the price of a coffee but best are the McCafe stops where ...
... we have three hours of internet to play with. I shall use it to do some research on Granada - I feel a trip coming on since we're in the area.
We found a fabulous beach bar to have pizza while the sun went down over the sea. The colours in the sky and the ocean were delightful. A few drinks and a dish or two of tapas later we contentedly returned to camp.
... as we'd expected, probably because they're all further west on the Costa del Sol (probably also why so many Spaniards come to this coast).
We had a nice drink at a bar on the beach, which is really wide. There are only about three bars on the beach, despite how long it also is, and they are all carefully spaced out.
We finally cracked the Spanish dinner time (almost) and sat down in ...