Travel Blogs from Almunecar
... enough to enjoy lunch . We rounded off the day with an excellent meal at Jocavi on the village square www.cafebarjocavi.com !
Certainly a memorable day, made even more so by all the lovely messages, cards, calls and gifts from family and friends . Thank You.
I'll stop being so smug now.
So, I can report that the rain in Spain does not stay mainly on the plain. We are in the centre of an impressive storm this morning. Saves watering the plants though.
I can report that J is gearing up to do an entry but don't hold your breath.
Meanwhile here are a few random photos.
... in what has to be the most sinister and unwelcoming pueblo blanco in the whole of Andalucia.
Moving on to Competa we stopped for coffee. It’s obviously an English out post with it’s own English newsagent. It’s very pretty though and has some great views down the valley to the Med.
Cloudless skies today. 28 degrees. Not so typical Bank Holiday weather. ...
October 4 - 10
Almuñécar with amigos.
This part of our trip is different in several ways. First, we will be staying in an apartment in a little village and we will be there for 6 days. But more importantly, we are meeting longtime friends from Burnaby who have been coming to this town every year for the past 40, as the husband Jose, was born here.The drive from Cartagena started with some orchards much like our approach had been when coming from ...
... for 20minutes. Allegedly it is dangerous to stay in the water for longer than that. I reckon its a marketing ploy. And as there was a decided lack of eyecandy amongst the current inhabitants, I kept covered up and went for a walk. Despite the pungent smell of sulphur everywhere the woods surrounding it were delightful and relaxing.
After that I ventured to the opposite side of the town to take a walk along the side of a large lake which is a haven for many waterfowl. ...