Travel Blogs from Sotogrande
... the afternoon/evening having some pints and watching the England Euro 2012 game before crossing back to La Linea for the night.
We had no idea that Gilbraltar would be such a fun stop for a day, and after Morocco it was just what we needed. Highly recommend a visit (probably not straight from Britain) but a good stop for a day along the way. Stay in La Linea if you can, it’s a great little Spanish town close to the border. ...
... getting back on to the minibus, the apes were getting a little more animated. Roisin turned to face the bus and a baby monkey (I think it was a baby. Are there such thing as dwarves in the monkey kingdom??!) leapt from a wall and used her back as a spring board before leaping on to the roof of the vehicle. A few other primates decided to play tag…on the windscreen of our bus.!!
All aboard, the driver started the engine only to be greeted by a knock on ...
... of staring at airgirls, of seeing famous people wearing sunglasses, striding purposefully into an airport trailing behind them a line of porters bent double under the weight of numerous suitcases. Of being able to tell my jealous mates how wonderful it was and how I got close enough to smell the perfume of Bridget Bardot or Raquel Welch. In the three hours it took us to go from London to Reading, the Jet Set would be in Barcelona. Air travel was exciting, exclusive and ...
... time together, learnt to spend every day in each other’s company in happy and loving harmony. We had looked out and after each other in a way that meant we didn’t have to worry about ourselves individually. We hadn’t needed anyone else. The reintroduction of people into our relationship would bring demands of time and attention that might force a wedge between our close bond.
But we have missed ...
... of new and fresh flower plantings. Isabel had made us a wonderful tortilla for our arrival and we had a great re-union with her the following day. As usual the house was immaculate.
The day after we arrived the weather changed and instead of the onshore wind called the Levante, the wind altered direction and the Ponienta started to blow from the interior, ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service