Hotel Mediterraneo Carihuela
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... in the shadow of the better known Andalusian cities of Granada, Cordoba, Sevilla and Cadiz… it makes it all the more special, because I didn’t come expecting a whole lot, making it quite a pleasant surprise. I continue strolling up and down the ancient alleyways until the crowds finally start to thin out and I find myself in a gritty red light district with some very ugly and desperate looking prostitutes standing on the street corners… I guess Malaga has a bit of ...
... beach and dirty area, we’ll move on tomorrow to Marbella and back to the ACSI book.
We did find a new camping book, so we’ve got better choices now and a book on Seville and Andalusia which looks really informative.
Mark would like to mention that he cooked Spanish Chorizo sausage on the BBQ this evening and it was very nice. To be fair we’ve had some ...
... had yesterday, but the beach had not been cleaned up as it had at our last stop.
Will judge properly after we’ve toured the old town tomorrow.
Oh, must comment on our morning coffee break, picture attached. Per Penny it was the best dessert she’d ever had and she got 3 for the price of 1 (or so it seemed).
A few more polytunnels on the way, but mainly back to orange trees, even in the city, picture attached.
February 2014, we made a trip to the culturally rich and historically strategic Andalusia area of Spain. I got my first inspiration for this trip a few years ago from the Bollywood flick 'Zindagi na milegi dobara' meaning-‘You don’t live twice’ where three young Amigos travel through the Spanish landscape. I later learnt about the place from Rick Steves, my weekend TV travel coach. I further read about the history of Spain and was fascinated by ...
... into the Argentinian section, coincidentally diametrically opposed to the British one, had mucho carne from the barbeque, a few beers and watched a Tango demonstration. Silvina appeared with her pal so we had a wee chat with them before they went off again. Above the bar were lots of banners representing areas of Argentina including one for the Malvinas (nae chance!). We had a good look round all the other sections and bought some sticky buns from the ...