Sercotel Gran Fama
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... beach too.
Didn’t fancy the campsite dinner menu, even though it was dirt cheap, so we had another nice bbq along with all of our neighbours.
The €1 wine is going down well, we’re not quite using it to clean our teeth with too, but it’s definitely about as cheap as water.
On the bus to Almeria today for a wander round, which was quite exhausting by the time we’d climbed up the hills and steps to La Alcazaba, ...
... in Almeria. Saw two or three wedding parties, one bride on her way to the Cathedral in a horse drawn carriage.
Coffee and a muffin on our way to the Fort. A whole 3.80 Euro for two coffees and the muffin – reminds us how much we are being ripped off in Australia !
La Alcazaba is on a hill so the walk upward, ever upward is a toil – but it is worth the journey. For once, entry is free ! They have done ...
... English to follow Kathleen's instructions.
Eventually, we find a young lady, willing to take the risk, for 15Euro, 45 minutes later, the job is done.
It is a beautiful day, after the Hair Dressing saga, we have lunch and cycle south along the coast for about six miles, past the Castillo Santa Anna, to an area which we have been led to believe is a "holiday ...
Tuesday 11th March 2014
We decide to having a restful day, sitting in the sun.
Part way through the day, one of our (few) English neighbours (John) begins moving his caravan. I subsequently discover, he has sold the existing caravan to one of the site cleaners, and bought another from some other English chap, onsite.
Kathleen soon interrogates them and we learn, John and his wife are residents in Spain, they live inland, near Granada, and keep a caravan ...
... demolish buildings?
An excellent restoration job has been done, the interior is now an art gallery, it is all free, worth a visit.
Suitably fortified with culture, we cycle the 8 miles back to Aguadulce Marina, to have our Sunday lunch at the restaurant we found last week. It is called "La Belga", and is ...