La Almendra y El Gitano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to a festival on concrete, a little less forgiving than grass, but fun times were had throughout. Highlights included the Artic Monkeys (mainly for the ladies as they swooned over the bloke at the front), the Lumineers, Chet Faker and Imagine Dragons. The whole festival was an intoxicating affair and immense fun.
After the three days knowing Lisbon as only our campsite, the shopping center opposite and the festival grounds ...
From Rotterdam on the ferry, slight hiccup over where we were supposed to be picked up from, rainy Hull, taxi ride, walk around some shops and an emergency phone purchase...we eventually made it to Beverley. The most unexpected thing happened, Andree loved it! I began looking at my home town from the perspective of a tourist, and I suppose I loved it too. "Take a photo, take a photo" she said, " what of?" was my confused reply. ...
... then on until the Americans seemed to wake up in the last 10 min where they scored 2 - 1 and had 2 other big opportunities to score again. It ended wit the 2-1 so Belgium was through as well. Next round will be against Argentina as they won 2-1 against Algeria so that will be a different kind if match ! Tired but happy we went to bed. 2nd We left this camping and drove to Almeria where we found a nice little camping practically on the ...
... He was interested in our awning so John did the sales pitch. We should be getting commission from Khyam, the number of people who have asked us about it.
He was telling us that he loved to travel and had been to Mongolia last year on his motorbike. He admitted to having visited a huge number of countries but had never been to the UK because of the hassle of having to get a ferry. He plans to visit Scotland when he eventually overcomes the ...
... back to Los Escullos. We passed a few old wells that used donkeys to turn the wheel to bring up the water which would then travel down small aqueducts. The coast line is beautiful with turquoise sea lapping at the base of the cliffs.
I had to do some washing this evening - whilst on the walk and having seen nobody else for hours, I was surprised by a mountain biker whilst using my she-wee. Don’t ask!
Wednesday 30th April