Casa de los Bates
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... thats working out, maybe I'm a retard.
So i ended up in Motril, lucky for me as, I met a lovely lady called Mercedes and her daughter Carla.
We had a fabulous mea,l typical for the area, in an out of the way bar/restaurant.
We had to google translate pretty much the whole meal, but it was fun and she was very nice.
After lunch she even let me go to her photo studio to ...
... br> We were unceremoniously forced off the motorway at Almunecar due to the road ending rather suddenly. An abandoned aggregates plant stands in the middle of the motorway barring the way to an incomplete section of road. It looks like the ailing Spanish economy has put an end to their road improvements in a very abrupt way!
We arrived at our Motril campsite ...
We set off at leisure this morning because we only had a drive of less than an hour to the south coast. The drive was beautiful, heading through the mountains and gorges of the Sierra Nevada and the Alpujarras on viaducts. However, it did seem to be downhill all the way, including one 10km downhill straight; not good considering we had to come back the same way.
We arrived at Playa Poniente ...
As you enter Frigiliana at the roundabout at the bottom end of the village, two mountains dominate the far skyline. The shapely triangular peak on the left is Lucero; the bulkier looking one on the right, which is slightly nearer to the village, is El Cisne ("the Swan" - how it got this name, I can't begin to guess). But the impression of bulk which arises from this angle is misleading. Already you can see that the south face of Cisne is very steep indeed - and the north face is ...
... tending, but now automation has apparently eliminated the need for a few families to live so far away from the rest of the community. The buildings were beginning to crumble.
The mountains, rock formations, and streams were beautiful along the entire trek, but it was odd not to see any wildlife other than an occasional insect or silent bird. Perhaps the heat of the midday Spanish sun discouraged them from ...