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So today we decided to adventure to Torremelinos (15 miles south of Malaga), again just because we've heard of Brits going there. This time we have no Aires or ACSI campsites so we’re on our own.
Drove through Torremelinos, nothing, then the town becomes Benalmadena where we stopped had coffee (proper Spanish stuff!) and went to the Tourist Information office. No campsites here, back ...
Friday we headed over to Puerto Banus to Steve and Ann's apartment for a BBQ after we had Sam run us to the local supermarket so we proud re stock Ellisa with all the liquids and heavy goods we needed for next few weeks. Good job done as we found Bacardi lemon, Sals favourite drink so the boat is now significantly heavier, Saturday was Sals Birthday so after a lazy brunch a shore, Sal heads off ...
... An excellent example of Moorish castle building, with Catholic additions. An excellent touch, was the flag bearing the name of the Sintra in Arabic, and the various Portuguese flags through the ages. Again, where's the edge protection ... at 5.0m plus Following a step back in time, to Medieval Portugal, we headed as far West as you can go, on mainland Europe. The point of Cabo do Roca is the place. Some great rock formations, and crashing waves up and down the coast. We can ...
... for anyone to come to our rescue but were shocked at the possible consequences of a blow out on the motorway and were thankful Colin has discovered it when he did. Almeria was not very exciting , expecting to see pink flamingoes all we saw was a sea of plastic; the area is devoted largely to market gardening in huge greenhouses with plastic covers. As we got nearer to Marbella there were a few glimpses of good sea views and more interesting coastline. ...
... descending along tight switchback roads. At one point we passed a driving tour of Les Deux Cheveaux. All the little colourful autos parked in a row by a viewpoint, their owners chatting in mutual admiration of their prize possessions – I’d buy one if they had airbags. The French were far ahead of their time weren’t they? The Smart car is just a reinvention.
Andy had left us to get some extra miles so Adrian, Vada and I happily made our way at a slower ...