Playacalida Spa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
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... suicide by running in front if me and as I slowed down to avoid killing it, a car smashed into the back of us. What an absolute *******. Day ruined, car a mess and so we slunk off home after waiting for Police etc. We arrived home to our massive cold house with no hot water feeling a little bit depressed. The final straw that broke the camels back for Villa Maria, was Gareth cycling Lewis home from nursery and being set upon by a neighbours dog. I arrived home from my ...
... were hawks and vultures hovered over the craggy mountains and experienced climbers dangled from ropes on the rock faces and driving across the lower dam we found the small village of El Chorro, where to the left of the railway station a steep pathway called (the Camino del Rey) the Kings pathway, (named after King Alfonso of Spain) who opened the Dam, leads you up a steep rocky path to the iron girder railway bridge where Von Ryans express was filmed. Although disappointed ...
Peter and Lisa are family friends of ours who let Kyla, Alex, and I stay at their house for a night in Spain. They live in Almunecar which is a small town close to Nerja. The atmosphere was kind of the same, but it was just the cutest little town. Peter came to our hotel in Torremolinos to pick us up and take us to his house, it was so nice of him! He stopped at "El Corte Ingles" which is a huge store here. It is a supermarket with groceries and anything you can think of; hair ...
... before I'm back at the point where my footpath starts. From the start, the waymarking of this path is plentiful but quirky. The first waymark post, only a few yards from the railway, is pointing straight at a barbed wire fence to the left, but that's obviously because someone has been messing around with it. There's a few blobs of red paint and cairns straight in front, so that's where I go.
The path climbs a little but soon flattens out and starts a ...
... are quite inexpensive here in Spain. Today we bought a bottle of tequila for €6,80 or about $8.50 CDN. At that pub I earlier mentioned we has two glasses of wine and two beers and it came to €5.00 or about $6.50 CDN. Eating out is reasonable if you watch where you eat. The best tapas place in town is Cafe Bar Paco in the main square. The average price per tapas dish is ...