Palia La Roca Hotel-Club
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... fellow comes out “where are you going to play music?” he asks eagerly “there’s a bar down the street where you could play!” he suggests. It would be nice… but I decide to go ahead and continue on my way. I continue on down the road heading back towards the coast, with endless orc**********g the sides. Normally, perfect area for improvised camping except that they’re all surrounded by chain link fencing! That’s OK… ...
... took me to one of the best views of Malaga right up on the mountain there is a 10th century Castle which overlooks the whole of Malaga, one of the best views I have seen. Then after we drank Vino dulce (sweet wine) and talked a mixture of Spanish and English (spanglish). Surprisingly enough we got along great and we both undertood each other 80% of the time. But after 5 hours of trying to talk Spanish i was exhausted and needed a break, but overall was a ...
... mosque beginning in 874, then back to a Roman Catholic church after the Muslims were driven out in the 13th century. The mosque, built in four stages, was in the end able to hold 40,000 worshippers. Marble columns numbering 856, joined by double arches support the roof in this massive, impressive space. In 1236 the mosque was converted back to a Catholic church which was built in it's center. Over the centuries the ...
The Costa Del Sol is a long standing favourite of the Brits- from Malaga to Gibraltar, the coast is dotted with resorts- Calle's & Playa's, small towns and large places like Marbella, Malaga, Figuenrola, Torremolinas and others. Now we have spent time here, not sure why some people might be a bit sniffy about this area, its mostly lovely!
Calle Mijas was a favourite and Benejafare too. They are all white washed houses, elegant bays and long, long beaches dotted ...
Yesterday we started at Tarifa and we had a traditional Spanish breakfast which were deep fried sausages made of a bread dough. Not very filling. But you have to try these things. So we mounted up and after a further circuit of the old town's cobbled streets and the castle set off to Algeceras. We drove straight through the town alongside the port just to have a look. Shortly ...