Hotel Villa de Algar
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a steep hill like a flamenco dancer's dress. The old town with a maze of narrow streets is at the top of the hill, while the modern town is at the bottom. This is where we exited the bus at a busy roundabout. The bus had stopped there to take on a passenger, so we thought it was the only stop. There was a bar across the street overflowing with people who all seemed to know each other, so we dragged our bags over there and I asked the bartender to order a ...
After a wild and windy night, (the breeze blows straight across from Africa) we woke late and wandered into the town for a coffee and some more exploring. Sat in the square and felt like locals, bemusedly watching tourists navigate the narrow lanes - clearly they ignored the signs that say park up and walk into town! Brendan found a half developed (abandoned before it was ever ...
We "acquired" a few oranges from the tree outside our front door ( see the photo on the blog for 7th Januarty) and tried them. Wow, they are bitter seville oranges, but perfect for marmalade, which Lynette made this afternoon. So tasty! Then tonight Alvaro, the owner of the place ...
... us with the rest of the loo lingerers straggling behind. Brian led us back to the coffee shop with Angela and Bebe disputing his directions all the way. No brainer who to follow for my part! Could still be up there now otherwise.... Drove then to Malaga and had a delicious barbecued seafood lunch by the beach. Really delicious food. Not too impressed by the grey sand. Pics attached of me ...
... on a walk which promises us a 70 metre waterfall. We pass through the end of the village and along the river where a woman is tending one of the many immaculate allotment like terraces. A man wields a pick hoe and waves back at us as we pass by. Amos and Milo are beside themselves with delight at new smells and Milo launches himself as always into the icy cold water. The path ends and we scramble up the rocks following the river, at times needing ...