Hotel Playa Cotobro
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... whitewash villages along cliff sides and driving through the narrow winding alleyways.
Welcomed to our lovely B&B, Casa Aire de Lecrin , by warm and friendly owner, Anne-Muriel. Now with home comforts for the next 8 days. .Spectacular views , icy cold pool, delightful room with breezy windows, shelves filled with wonderful books, delicious assortment each morning of cheeses, hams , fruits, and French loaf.
Enjoying a ...
... in and tossing us about – we headed further east. We ended up anchoring in a very pleasant bay – with less
Saturday 20 June
After a much better nights sleep we headed off for Motril from where we should be able to
get to Granada.We found a moorin gat the Real Club – a bit a distance away from the town but that's okay.
Sunday 21 June
Tried to take a busto the bus ...
... to clean, Gareth's business post has gone missing somewhere between Manchester and Nerja. " The post here is a bit temperamental, " according to the woman in the post office and the boys continue to run rings around us. Nursery/school then seemed like a great option! Alex has started at a local Spanish school Monday to Friday and goes from 9 am to 2pm. The first day and second day, he cried going in but was beaming when he came out. I reassured him every day that ...
... the same area. We have just received our drink and tapa when Wendy & Jose arrive. We have a little visit then head off to the Mercadona to get a few groceries. They are renovating at this location so we head a little further to the other grocery store. We eat in tonight then go out for a walk around the town (which in our area is pedestrian only) and along the boardwalk. We have rented the apartment for two weeks but will take side trips (day or overnight) from here. ...
The first part of the walk is a gradual ascent up the Barranco Melero to Puerto Blanquillo, which takes very nearly two hours. The most interesting part is passing a farm about 30 minutes into the walk and seeing if you can avoid being devoured by one of the many dogs which are kept there. Fortunately, the loose ones are fairly friendly while a much more savage beast is firmly tied up - I'd hate to be around if he ever got ...