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... that has one or on to Fuengirola which has one or you’re best off in Marbella.
Drove through the 7km of beach that is Fuengirola, very nice and instead of the normal boats on roundabouts one here had a herd of elephants (?!?!?, couldn’t get the camera out fast enough!), found the campsite, WOW how expensive????
Stayed anyway, thought we’d stay for the weekend, but ...
... sup> February 2014
We are up early, our English neighbours are due to leave at 8:00, but, it is actually nearer 9:00 when they go, and we quickly move onto their vacated pitch.
Excitement of the move over, we head off to Marbella on the bus.
Kathleen goes to mass, whilst I look after more earthly things, like exploring the "old town" and finding a restaurant for lunch!
It was past 1am and 2 bottles of red by the time we got to bed. I was at school with John and was their best mast man when he married Barbara she he met whilst at school. Consequently we have a long history and is 2005 since we last visited them in Spain. They retired here some 12 years ago. I'm not sure whether it was the travelling, the wine or the late night but we were not up early! After breakfast we took the dogs for a walk along the beach to get a coffee. This will ...
The Glamour Tour
This tour incorporated Old Town Marbella where only the rich used to live and the new Marbella affluent society homes. Like Beverley Hills, there are gated avenues of luxury mansions worth millions that only the super rich could afford and these were their holiday homes. We then went to Peurto Banus where the rich keep their million pound yachts and the showrooms contain only Lambourghini's ; Bugatti's and Ferrarri's.
It was an ...
... people are losing their homes and lives. Montecorto is wet but not deluged to a destructive degree so the locals here are taking it in stride, umbrellas in hand instead of walking canes help them navigate the steep cobbled lanes. But we have been less adaptable. Huddled under our porch with blankets wrapped around us we have peered out at the cloudy vista checking the weather report for Vancouver and the Okanagan with envy. Both mornings I woke at about 6 – the night still ...