Cortijo Balzain Casas Rurales
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Lewis turned two which was a really really lovely day. I baked blueberry buns for him to take to nursery and then when I picked him up after lunch we had a small tea party at our house with a really delicious chocolate cake from the Panadería. Lewis ate a lot of it and went to bed a very happy boy. In the last month he's got so big, speaking all day every day, moving from his cot into a bed and generally keeping us on our toes. He was made a real fuss off at ...
... enrolled yesterday and he started school today. The school seems nice but I've been frustrated at the lack of information I've been able to find and questions I would normally ask have been glossed over. This makes me feel a bit overwhelmed and powerless. As Alex doesn't start school at home until September next year anyway, I'm not too concerned as its more if an opportunity for him to play with other kids than anything else. He has been emotional about the ...
... so she tried to read his hand. It was pretty lame - you have a great love! Wink wink. You are strong! Wink wink. You have a big heart! Wink wink. We just kept saying Don't understand, sorry. Then she asked for money and ahmed said no. She wasn't too unpleasant about it, thank god. We had a nice dinner in the square near the church. Everything was good except my unfortunate soup - cold tomato cream with hard boiled eggs in it. And then the long walk back to the hotel and another day was ...
... t give a plump dig giddy hog because what he transparently enjoyed most was the communication. Jose was his name and he was from Granada. He was 71 and as sweet as a fresh and delicious almond, and I'm certain that he would make a fantastic tour guide if only I'd had an interpreter (I'm sure I know one but sadly she's not here with me)......He had been in Almeria on account of his gammy leg I think but he was impressed with my endeavours ...
... top of the hill would practice falconry with their free time, but during the reconquista it was of course renamed. The buildings up there were kind of...boring. They were built in the traditional Carmen style (the name comes from the type of grapes they grow), with the purpose of hiding the women and hiding whatever riches they may have. This means tall, plain walls and windows on the top levels only. But once we reached the top of el Albaycín, the view was ...