Sunset Beach Club
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... the A-Team went up a hill and Sam followed, we weren't sure which team Sam was on so we all followed much to Lyndon's surprise. We all manged the obstacle but were all on-top of a hill that we shouldn't be on and this was the first of many "It's like bloody herding cats" statements by Lyndon. To add salt to the wound he directed us back where we had came but Billy who didn't quite hear set of first and ended up riding for 10 minutes by his self to ...
... the Alcazaba (as the Moorish palace is known). Again entrance was free because of Easter Sunday, which we greatly appreciated. The Alcazaba entrance consisted of eight separate gates or maybe it was nine. Each gate contains a thick double door system with about 20 feet between the doors that can be filled solid with rocks and dirt (turning the gates into solid walls) leading towards an enclosed courtyard area where you are faced with walls on either side. The setup delivers ...
... jamon y queso y postres autenticas, it was time to find la playa muy popular se llama Malagueta. In order to get this beach, we had to cross over a lovely palm tree lined promenade and flower filled park, take a leisurely walk through the marina and port full of sailboats, yachts and cruise ships, and pass through another area full of restaurants and shops that caters to the constant flocks of tourists. ...
... will keep looking!!
On clear days, we can see the Rock of Gibraltar to our west, and just across the Mediterranean, we can see the mountains of Morocco. We're waiting for a sunny day to visit the Rock, as we'd like to climb the stone steps to the top, and see more than fog and clouds when we get there. As for Morocco, however tempting it may be to catch the local ferry, it's just ...
... around and lots of olive groves. At one point there's a huge farm complex, which looks like it would have supported several families at one time.
It's approaching lunchtime as I get near to Ventas. As it nears the town, the railway cuts across a steep cliffside, with views up to the famous hole near the top of the crags. It finally enters a short tunnel which is dripping wet following the rain yesterday. Then there's a massive change of climate! It was actually ...