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... just brilliant.
We then found our hotel and then proceeded to wander around the city center. We found
some really nice bars including one where a Ska band were playing outside.
Monday 22 June
In the morning
wandered around the town some more especially taking in Santemonte.
The bus ride back
took an alternative route which allowed us to see a lot more of the
... of beach time and watching the children mess about in the sea, just building whatever they wanted or climbing on the rocks was very cool. Mel and I had a cheeky night out by ourselves and I realised that this was actually the first night out in Nerja that i've had. Obviously Gareth and I don't go out at night without the boys so this was a real laugh. We were on our way home at midnight when we passed a cool looking bar and thought we'd pop in fir a quick drink. 3 hours, ...
... the drive to Albunuelas is interesting, passing through several villages, including Melegis, Restabal and Saleres. The final bit of the road into Albunuelas is a dead-end.
My information sheet on the walk tells me I'm looking for Calle de la Estacion - Station Street - as the starting point for the walk. It seems unlikely that this place ever had a railway line or a station, so the origins of this name are somewhat obscure. The village once had lead and nickel mines ...
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 ...
... a bit of snow and is exposed to the wind, but it's the only sensible option because of the cliffs on the southern side. Getting to the top is a slow process, with every footstep (and the occasional hand-hold) carefully placed. There are no other footprints - obviously I'm the first visitor since the snow fell a couple of days ago. Finally I'm at the summit trig point - it's fortunate there's one there, as it provides a little shelter from the wind as I get a bite to eat. It's ...