MedPlaya Hotel Villasol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... who had had some one on one training with Lyndon for half an hour and a discussion was had as to whether the group would be split up or remain as one.
We stayed together but the A-Team would be doing some extra stuff and the Pink team as we were now called would do the slightly easier climbs. Paul, Matt and Steve were permanent members of the A-Team with Billy and Sam occasional participants but also made guest appearances in the Pink team ...
... restaurants. It is foodie heaven. For dinner we had some amazing local dishes, but the one that really stood out what the lightly fried eggplant with honey dipping sauce. I normally do not like eggplant (they call it by its French name "aubgergine"), but this was so good I could eat it all day. It was both a healthy meal and a dessert all in one. The house red wine was fantastic and at $12 a bottle you could not go wrong. Tomorrow we will go exploring the Málaga country ...
... of the most celebrated religious traditions in this part of Spain that people from all over the world come to see. Of course I was smack dab in the middle of it and found myself lured in by the creepy costumes, the booming of the drums, the blaring of the trumpets, the intense almost nauseating smell of sacred incense and the ornately decorated and elaborately constructed religious "pasos" or floats ...
... bill came little tots of some Brazilian liqueur which I am sure Boots the Chemist would be interested in for cough linctus.
The following day had to be a quiet one, but we drove over to Nerja, the pretty coastal town a few miles east of us, for a coffee in the square overlooking the Balcon de Europe, a favourite spot of King Alfonso XII, the Bourbon who was proclaimed king at the end of the short-lived first ...
... over 100 meters high, spanning the gorge below. And looking carefully, we saw a very high treacherous steel path built along the mountainside. We didn't risk it as it's been condemned, but it had been built by sailors in the early 1900's, who were used to working high above "the abyss".
Travelling on towards the lakes, we took another detour to walk along another Spanish reservoir, high atop a mountain. We couldn't figure out where the water ...