Robinson Club Playa Granada
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... the local dishes are great.
It's still very warm by the coast, noticeably cooler in the mountains, and been great riding even though sally cant find next door let alone a bend for me. To be fair if I tell her the exact address she's ok, so long as it's not too far away and we don't want bends.
if any of you, bothering to read my drivvel, knows any Garmin secrets please do tell.
... authentic Spanish tapas and can recommend it!
The campsite is very quiet and peaceful as it is filled with many caravans and awnings that have been abandoned for the winter. We sat with books for a while in the lovely warm sunshine then I decided it was time to smarten Rob up. He was forced under the hair-clippers then sent for a shower. To complete ...
... mat, gazebo etc. Some even had flower boxes and one had a cage of birds hanging in the gazebo. There was a real neighbourhood atmosphere, but it did make you feel like a real stranger. Not that it mattered because we hardly spent any time there. We went straight to the beach for the afternoon. It was a Saturday and the beach filled up a lot from 4:00/5:00pm, with people still arriving at 7:00/8:00 ...
... a good look at the path leading up to it from the helipad in the Higueron Valley, deciding that all that steep scree would best be left for another day .... and another, and another .... But now Andrew and Chris have decided to give it a shot and have invited me to join them - so no more excuses!
The weather's looking good as we make an early start from Acebuchal, though there's a prediction for increasing cloud later in the day. This is the easy bit - a gradual ascent ...
... However, snagging such late sunlight after the autumn equinox means that you must rob it from somewhere else. Therefore, the sky remained pitch black here until almost 8:00 A.M.! Many hotels leave their lobby lights low until almost 9:00, and on weekends, breakfast often doesn’t begin until then. Mid-afternoon siestas still occur, although not so prominently, I’m told, as in earlier days.
Our meal ...