Hotel Perla Marina
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I’ve finished exporing Andalucia” without visiting this cave. But in the end, I just can’t bring myself to cough up the extra cash for a pricey room—and I feel I need to get at least as far as Almeria, my final Andalucia province to the east… so in the end I opt to head back to the bus station and get on a bus for a long ride to Almeria. Maybe I’ll stop by here again on my way back. Postvisit: Nerja, Going back to see the Cave 9 hours, 5.9 kms, ...
... of synchronisation. We needed some vacuum gauges and Bernadette drove us into the local town of Iznajar for a cursory find of the post office, hospital, cemetery (we must have looked rough) and motorcycle mechanic.
After walking about the incredibly steep streets of the town we visited the mechanic. With the best Spanish we could muster we eventually made it clear that the throttle valves needed adjusting. Because it was just before Christmas and he was very busy ...
... there it was…the sparkling, shimmering, calm, cool waters of el mar de mediterraneo! It was a truly glorious sight and I felt a sense of peace, awe and inspiration that is awakened within only by the presence of beautiful white sand beaches, warm yellow sunshine and clean, clear blue-green water lapping at the shore. I hadn’t felt this happy and satisfied since my ladies weekend in Lisboa ...
... CADAC, the barbecue machine, we have now learnt how to produce a priceless pizza from home made dough, home made tomato sauce and some gorgeous Brie. Monday was the essential shopping day off to Eroski again at Velez Malaga. However, the planned visit to the market at Torrox was not a good idea, it is very popular and very busy and meant it was too much for Sue and the visual extravaganza had to be ...
... fire (using old pallets) underneath. Very tasty rice, clams and prawns.....with Sangria, of course.
Later in the early evening we went to Frigillana, the hill town just above Nerja. Very lovely, the best yet, all white buildings with painted doors and even a collection of cats at a restaurant door. Charming.
I managed to add a few photos to my other entries. Check out the Flamenco photos.