Parador de Antequera
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... steep slopes of a hill overlooking a river valley below. This town has a distinctly poorer feel than previous towns, with a mix of old and new architecture. But with evening approaching, the streets are coming back to life again, which is nice to see. As I look for a way up to what looks like a castle perched on a huge boulder right in the middle of town, I find myself in a shabby neighbourhood where a couple of tough looking fellows sitting in front of a house ...
... and proper. Was a really good experience to go to a small village and see a typical Spanish house with typical Spanish people and talk in Spanish with them. Also another thing i have found when talking is its better to talk to someone that knows no English because it forces you to speak in their language and also you don't feel as bad for making mistakes as they make the same mistakes you make in English. The key to learning is to make as many mistakes as you can ...
... regions in Spain. For 75 KMs the groves followed the contours of the rolling hills forming a mosaic which would have been nice to see from the air and then became terraced as the terrain rose up the mountainsides. Luckily the rain held off as we toured La Mezquita, the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba which has been described as one of the worlds architectural wonders. Originally a Catholic church, it was converted to ...
... golden mile' to Marbella town and we stopped for lunch at Victors Beach Bar on the way, Great food in a funky atmosphere, cool music playing from its bar set below the restaraunt with giant bean bag to rest on as you take in the sun, sea and sand. We went here twice, on our own and with my Mum as we really enjoyed it here. The Head Waiter is very cool too, recognising us on our second visit and being very welcoming.
Returning to Villeniza campsite we are biding ...
... villages…with the hillsides draped with neat little stripes of orchards and vineyards. It’s like getting birds-eye view of an entire civilization which has farmed these hills for thousands of years.
Here there actually is a shortcut: a local road the will take me towards Velez Malaga, the next big city down on the sea, the likely stopping point of my Superhike. But inspired by this ...