Rural Hotel Almazara
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... Buzz had melon an Serrano Ham for the first time.
When we came home, we went to our favorite little stop on the promenade right outside our building, the Budha, for coffee con leche and brandy for me and without brandy for Buzz...then it was seista time!
Tonight we decided to dine like we're in Spain. We walked about a mile to the next little village and dined around ...
... lunch and I had a hamburger. I really enjoyed it.
Today I went to the Nerja caves and I touched the Guiness world Record for the biggest stalagmite/stalactite and it was 32 metres.
It was the largest in the world.
It was really cool to see such a big thing.
There were so many little stalagmites and stalactites on the roof and floor.
Some of the stalactites were dripping and it only drops once in about ...
... top was of course worth it and incredible, the company even better and like all great adventures.... the unexpected ones create the best memories, with this expedition leading us to discover some amazing 17th century inspired cobbled streets, a church with cross bones artwork in it....frankly should of been the first sign, and an array of sweet smelling tapas restaurants cooking Jamon, squid and red deer (yes that is what my husband and father in law selected and yes I tried it, ...
... s now a bit difficult to see where the path is some of the time. But we get an excellent view of a dozen or so ibex, which bound off down the slope in front of us. When we get to the Collado de los Civiles, I'm back on familiar ground and the GPS can be put away until the next time it's needed.
We've still got quite a distance to go, but it's now on easy tracks and there's a welcome coffee in the Acebuchal bar to round off the ...
... go. Our host asked where we were going for the night, we told her Baza, we pronounced is Ba-za - as it's spelt. She looked confused, she told us she had never heard of the place. After discussing with her how far away it was she clicked. 'OH Ba-tha'. What would you know, a 'z' is pronounced 'th' in Spain.
We jumped in the car and headed to our accommodation. ...