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When I went to leave the previous site at El Berro, all the people I had made friends with lined up and waved me off, leaving me very sad that I was going, however there is always something round the next corner, and after I had crawled round the many corners on the road out of the mountains, it was time to head south. The drive to my next stop in a 'Natural Park' was uninspiring. The motorway was, as usual, almost empty and it passed through barren hills with no sign of ...
... windy and cool, with the occasional shower, although fortunately these were mostly at night. The seafront at Torrox had taken a battering from the big waves – many of the wooden walkways on the beach were broken up and strewn all over the place, and the cafes had had to take their tables inside. However, the sun still felt warm if you could find a sheltered spot out of the wind.
... motorway. We crawled all the way around and when we got to the bridge over the river in sunday's photos, we realised what the problem was - a lorry had broken down ON the bridge! The tidal flow of lanes, 3 our way and 2 the other side was changed to 2 and one and then one each side. All that filtering in took an age. ...
... background.We watched the sun disappear and the sky go dusky pink and the first stars arrive, pin pricks of diamonds coming over the tilting horizon just for us.
In the morning, the actors arrived for work & did their jobs in full cowboy regalia-letting out the horses, exercising them and did what a mans got to do- all with their replica guns in place. Our view was like watching an episode of High Chaparelle, we couldn't stop smiling- particularly David!
Sat., Sept. 13, 2014
We did our own walking tour today in Almeria, Spain which consisted of touring the Alcazaba fortress which is one of the biggest fortresses ever built by the Arabs in Spain. We walked the downtown and harbour areas returning to the ship for sail-away at 4:00 pm. +30 again today so tried to soak it all up!
Sun., Sept. 14, 2014
Today is our 3rd sea day - another beautiful day relaxing on-board - travel distance to Valletta, Malta is 863 nautical miles.