Marina Mariola Marbella
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... motorcycle (and mobile home) travellers. Bob and Sini had planned a ride out to and around the White Villages of the Andalusian Mountains and very kindly invited me along. We set off the following morning with Bob riding lead and Sini navigating.
The ride up to our first coffee stop was challenging with spectacular views along a winding mountain road gaining height steadily, after a really poor overtaking manoeuvre I led the final few minutes to ...
... that day and very apprehensive as to whether I would make the final and **********e. We started at the entrance to the national park, passing little farms growing cherries, almonds, pomegranates, oranges and of course olives along the way. Every spare inch of ground in Andalucia is planted with olives. As we got closer to the entrance the perfect Christmas trees started to become more common. So green and perfectly shaped. I wanted to freeze one ...
... Town. Such hardship.
It was great to catch up with both Sue and her lovely sister, Jane. Co-incidentally they had booked a week in Mijas for the week after J and I arrived. This was perfectly timed for our weekly chat.
So we had a fun few hours meandering around the cobbled streets of Malaga Old Town. We strolled around Plaza ...
... which left Lucia to continue the story. She became a nun, and was canonised later in life, along with the other two. Lindsay was rather suspicious that the two little ones died at such an early age; a bit to convenient for her liking. Being the skeptic she is, she theorised that Lucia made up the story and made the other two play along. When the little ones could handle the pressure, she killed them . . . . The only bit she can't explain is the apparition witnessed by 70, ...
... terrace sunning ourselves by the pool with a bottle of white wine before going to our room to settle in.
We were delighted with our room, the space , the comfort, the balcony overlooking the sea.
We went for a stroll along the prom and loved the choice of restaurants right on the beach all serving wonderful fish dishes. The place comes alive at night all the cocktail bars offering good deals for Happy ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility