Marina Mariola Marbella
Travel Blogs from Marbella
... with it's cobbled stoned streets, the white buildings glare in the sunshine and orange trees loaded with fruit line the squares . We stopped for a while at a very picturesque square for Tapas and beer and listened to two musicians strumming their guitars. That evening we dined at another square in town watching life go by and noticing that the evenings are starting to get cooler. Hoping it's only the altitude and not ...
... it is just the same. The streets are packed with people drinking and chatting. A large portion of these people are under 18; it's easy to get away with underage drinking at feria. You turn down an alleyway to find a young couple making out. 5 metres away, there is a drunk guy ******* against the wall. By the early afternoon, the streets are lined with filth, **** and rubbish. ...
... tourist deaths and hasn't re opened despite a €7 million grant in 2006. We watch as some climbers make their way along what is left of it. John cringes. Next day we visit the national park El Torcal. This is an area of bizarre landscape with a maze of gullies and ravines, limestone pinnacles and cliffs. Apparently Europes largest lizard lives here, the ocellated lizard. We follow one of two signposted walks through the weird and wonderful landscape. To use the word ...
I'm not too sure what to expect from Ronda. The guide book isn't very explicit but I do know that there is a magnificent bridge spanning the gorge. We decide after a drive through that wild camping isn't going to be an option, so we elect to treat ourselves to a couple of nights at the campsite a kilometre out of town. It's late in the afternoon when we arrive, and we are greeted like old friends by Bill and Joyce who arrived earlier ...
... s been coming here for eight years told John it was even better than our beloved Cristina's. We order the grilled seafood platter for two: salmon, another white fish fillet, langoustine, shrimp, and crab. There have have been a few additional unidentified shellfish on the platter. John' summation: Cristina's was far better. The view, however, is of equal delight.
I now ascertain that my cold ...
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