Nuevo Torreluz Hotel
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... seem like… overkill? Anyways, I continue on through some pretty ordinary neighborhoods where I find a little pension which is reasonably priced—but I’m not sure that I want to stay the night here—even though the fellow tells me that there will be bonfires and partying down at the beach 9 kilometers away to celebrate “Dia de San Juan”, a summer equinox celebration that dates back to pagan times. I’d kind of like to see if I can fit ...
... leaf. And then all of a sudden the wind kicked up even more and poor Lily got sand blasted by the gravel. Not sure what to do, I kept thinking that the wind would die down. Every time I though we were through the worst of it, the wind came back with vengeance. So, with Lily being shaken this way and that and bravely standing fast against the raging storm outside I became a total gibbering mess!! There were tears, shortly followed by screaming and shouting at I don't know who to ...
... above it. The slopes curving down to the water were, Mister Kitty told me, the very image of those used in the spaghetti westerns he'd grown up watching - not all that surprising, as most of them were filmed in the south of Spain.
We had company that night as well; four other boats spent the night with us in glassy water and gentle winds.
The next day was even worse on the anchorage front. We were planning on having a fairly short day, so we left late, only to find that the spot we'd selected was right behind a headland with 20 knots of wind gusting around it, straight into us.
This was clearly unsuitable, but the nearest marina was 26 miles away and we'd struggle to get there before dark. Still, we ...
... so it proved. The saving grace was a good sea breeze up the city streets from the bay area and that kept the humidity at a reasonable level – but it was still hot pounding the streets and laneways.
Almeria is more modern town than we thought it would be. The main street has all of the modern stores in relatively new buildings but the streets behind contain the older heritage buildings and laneways that do not appear to have ...