Travel Blogs from Roquetas de Mar
... heads, ready for a day at the beach, and kept looking for the one I thought would be just right for me. Towards the end of the park, while I saw no infrastructure, I did see the most cars parked I had seen since San Jose and I could see quite a few people making their hike down some hills to an area I couldn’t really make out. My interest was peaked so I stopped. It had to be a beach so I hid behind the car and threw on my suit and made ...
... get in my ears and nostrils, evil things..
Had tapas and beer in the local town and it was by far the cheapest meal so far at eur 8.20 for 5 tapas and 4 beers.
Sat outside the lodge for the rest of the evening watching the stars and giant beetles.
Next stop Marbs........ time to unpack for the first time.
... the last half of the drive, through miles and miles of the covered in orchards, and quite poor looking "african" towns - to the whole resort/yacht scene down on the beachfront.
Went for a bike ride along the sea wall - really windy and big seas. Lots of Windsurfers and kite surfers taking advantage of the really strong ...
Three cowboys and a sheriff got involved in shoot outs in the saloon, where a couple of girls demonstrated the can-can. The dialogue took place in Spanish, so we did not understand a word of it, but got the general idea.
One of the best things about this place was the lack of tourists around, so you felt you were the only people in ...
... not very friendly of them, but Brian thoroughly enjoyed the lagoon, and the larger one further along the coast.
The following day we went out to the lighthouse on the headland, then headed over to San Jose for a walk along the front for "dar un paseo" (slow evening stroll).
This was a lovely little town, which apparently is like the Costa del Sol
before the high rise hotels arrived. ...