Playacalida Spa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
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... since actually being on the road, it feels good and hopefully our plans to ride back to Australia will come to fruition.
We have had a wonderful time all round with visiting Tunisia being the best travel experience and visiting long missed travel friends our emotional highlight.
There have been ups and downs as is usual and we have lost our way far too many times in Europe so with that we have decided to purchase a GPS although we have been using ...
... and grab hold of another one higher up. "That one's loose" says someone from below. I know that now! Although the others try to guide me down, I just don't want to do this scramble now. But I still want to get to the top of this peak, so I've got to make a tricky diversion to the left - exactly what happened on Am Basteir a few years ago, although for entirely different reasons!
I have to go quite a way back along the ridge towards "Peak 1" before reaching ...
... to a little Spanish restaurant outside. Lisa likes to take care of the cats in the area so her and Alex went off to give one of the cats in the area medicine. Peter, Kyla, and I all talked together at the table. As it started to get darker we took the scenic route for our walk home. The little town of Almunecar is just perfect for Peter and Lisa. They can walk everywhere and Espiritu, their dog, is welcome everywhere they go. People come out of their shops to meet him. Espiritu was ...
... or closed. I know how stupid this story sounds, but It really is true! I officially believe in ghosts.
Last night we all went to a restaurant that had flamenco dancers, it was really cool, they were so good at dancing, the guy was a bit weird, he could tap his foot really fast. Dad thought it was hilarious. The food was really good too. It was freezing so dad lent me his weird jumper he bought from a hippie, and we ...
... aspect! It's actually a sheer cliff, well over 20 metres high, with no chance whatsoever of being outflanked. So unless on some future trip I can find a way up the north side (which I'm only now seeing for the first time and which would involve a completely different approach route), Peak 2 is going to have to remain unclimbed (by me, at least).
The consolation is that there's an even better view of the Sierra Nevada from here and that the cloud is now ...