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... just about every flat spot you see—even high up the rugged mountainside on terraces! Welcome to Tropical Europe. Thanks to the mountains on the north blocking the northern winds, Almeria has the warmest year-round temperature in Europe, allowing it to grow bananas and other things that normally are only grown in the tropics. It is also a region of a strong immigrant presence, especially Moroccans, as there aren’t many Spaniards willing to toil in the ...
... that say previous video!
Wow, I'm sure I'm stunning everyone with my brilliance right now!!! So techno-savvy!
Check out our video tour!!!!!!
It's a quick look into our apartment and the town we are in!
Roquetas De Mar.
Our beautiful (super talented) children.
Their friend Valentino.
... and bars don't close until 4 am. And they are
out on the beach until all hours. They also eat late, typically they don't even go out for dinner until about 11 pm. It's kinda weird to see little kids, 2 and 3 years old, sitting eating dinner at midnight! We
haven't quite adjusted fully to "Spanish scheduling", but still our days are shifted to accommodate where we are.
In our four weeks here we've met some great people. We frequent a couple of restaurants where ...
... delicious ! Really nice this town. Than we went back and enjoyed a quite night watching an episode of Sherlock. 3rd When we woke up we realized that finally the wind had gone down, sorry to say the flies were still there :-( After breakfast we drove direction Malaga for two hours and than took the coast road where we would surely find a ...
... Switzerland. Lucky enough they would show Belgium - US on the normal tv tonight at 10 pm. At least we had wifi so we could send some messages and have a drink. We stayed for a bit and than went back over the little mountain road. We felt like going for a walk and someone told us that if we walked over the mountain behind the camping the view would be fantastic. So we did and indeed it was pretty good, the real narrow path took ...