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... was picturesque again the pictures won’t do it justice.
Stopped off for Tapas for lunch, choosing a set menu to make sure we sampled the local stuff and it was really nice, too stuffed to walk again though.
When we did brave walking again, it was to the Castillo, why are they always at the top of massive hills? Penny clearly moaned enough because Mark agreed to a few weeks off from visiting Castles/Forts (suspect it was ...
The main reason I'm keeping this journal is so I remember what all we did, especially all the little things that we find interesting at the time.
It took a lot of Internet time to find a church nearby and when we went to the noon mass, as indicated on-line, we found the church locked up like a steel drum. But finding the church gave us our first opportunity to visit the hill town of Torrox. Guess what we found out about the hill towns? They're ...
... t speak a word of English so it should be very interesting. They told us of another music venue tomorrow and promised us there'd be a couple there from Florida and several Brits that they know. Looking forward to it.
Cooking in for the first time tonight. Should be interesting with only a stovetop and toaster oven.
Weather is cloudier and cooler and waves have calmed somewhat from earlier today.
Wish you were here.
... and were walking towards a hairdresser’s when we heard English voices discussing it. We approached them and chatted and the lady directed us to another hairdresser at the end of the road, who, she said, spoke English and does hers for her. So we went there, to find it was closed for siesta, open again at 4:30. So we had to go and sit on the prom outside one of the bars with a beer for half an hour. Hardship for me, Dutch courage ...
... to find it. Nowadays it’s a hotel of some kind, but a very strange one. It wasn’t well sign-posted, but when we found it the car park was full. We saw a man in camouflage gear with a rifle getting out of one of the cars, but as Spaniards are keen hunters we thought nothing of it. Inside the entrance we saw a jeep, also painted in camouflage colours and with the hotel’s name on it. As we entered ...