Hotel Rural Casares
Travel Blogs from Casares
... to the Mediterranean and stop to see the views and also want to
prevent tolls, but can withstand the inconvenience of traffic lights A-7 would
be a better one for you. The drive to Casares is lovely with rolling gentle
hills, windmills and Spanish casa’s on the green velvety vast fields. Inspite
of having seen so many web images, the first site of the Pueblos Blancos was
awe-inspiring for us. We parked up the road above the mountainous village ...
... and served with hot chips and peas. Don't think San Jacobo is the patron saint of cardiologists. After removing the breading and most of the cheese, the steak was delicious. The red wine helped to cut the grease as well as its medicinal qualities. Our waiter was a delight and spoke about as much English as I spoke Spanish, but Cath communicated well.
As Cath knows some French she is chief meal orderer and negotiator whilst in ...
Location: Gibraltar (Stayed in Algeciras)
Arrived from: Fez via Tangier
Start date: 23/07/13
... relocated there instead. In the small coastal town of Ada Foah is where the Gib Tribe will be spending their days; plastering, roofing, painting and equipping 2 classrooms ready for the start of a new school term. The fact that we will be beachside has relieved many of us, myself especially...as much as I loved my time in Ghana, the heat was often unbearable and I still have flashbacks of the day where the power cut exceeded 38 hours and ...
... York! Then we walked upwards and upwards, through a labyrinth of small roads, paths and staircases - towards the top of the Rock. Sadly we didn't manage to get all the way - it was a much longer walk than we had anticipated - but we were high enough to see some stunning views of Gibraltar, Algeceras Harbour and Southern Spain. Then, a bit too late, we noticed a cable car taking tourists to the top of the Rock. Typical! Unfortunately ...