Robinson Club Playa Granada
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... on rooftop patio. Weather has turned cooler especially in the evenings.
Wonderful views from patio restaurants in the many different villages surrounding us.
See pic of Simons' steep morning hike to chapel.
Took some rides rides on routes through valley villages, plus great hikes along mountain trails.
We will be storing our moto here with the Attridge family. joined them for cocktails at their fabulous villa ,located ...
... and really unhealthy cake/biscuit is cheaper as a combination than a simple cappuccino.
Spain has moved ahead in wifi stakes with of course McDonalds and the app for all their cafés in Spain and the price of euro 1.50 for two cafe con leche cannot be bettered I think. We have found one GPL station, a Repsol station near Almeria just off the E15- A7 so one still needs a full GPL tank before leaving France. However, Spain excels in its coffee and food from ...
... last weekend.
It's only when I get near the top that I notice the coastline is disappearing. There was fog out to sea when I started from the village, but it hadn't reached the land and was supposed to clear as the day got warmer. But it's doing the exact opposite and already parts of Nerja, Torrox Costa and all places to the west have vanished below the clouds. If anyone down there decided on a day ...
Today we docked in Motril, our first of three Spanish ports. While the southern Spanish coast is beautiful and home to many vacation homes, celebrity retreats, etc, we set out on a more "authentic" tour experience, heading into the Andalusian countryside. The roads are akin to most other mountain experiences, winding and narrow. Our guide assured us not to worry as our bigger bus meant we were on the correct side of the road. We stopped several times to ...
... at 10:00pm! I say 'almost' because it was empty inside when we arrived and an hour later it was full, including two families with young kids/babies and a hen party. Apparently the Andalucians are second only to the Madridlenos in how late they eat dinner.
We had a drink back at the campsite bar and to our amazement we were still served tapas - at 12:00am! We didn't want to see another plate by then. ...