TripAdvisor Reviews Costa Andaluza Motril
Travel Blogs from Motril
... our visit to my uncle we went to the basketball match between the LA Lakers and the Washington Wizards. The match was awesome! It was a match of 3 hours with 4 breaks and in every break the cheerleaders would dance or the audience had to do something, like the best dancers, the best kissers etc. It was really funny to be a part of it and to experience it. We also saw Cobey Briant play and he really is a great player. The match was soo exiting, even until the very last ...
... which were both fantastic. Following the meal we attempted to adequately display our thanks and enjoyment of the meal and there were hugs all around. It meant so much to us to have this amazing experience and I think the mamas valued our interest in them and their lives. Then it was back to the bus and as following any five course meal, time for a nap. We dock tomorrow afternoon in Valencia, but in the meantime, it's Bingo night kids! Hold on to your ...
... you would think he would have since we asked if he was going there! But oh well...) luckily we asked in time and got off at the next stop, which meant an extra 5 min walk in the 39 degree sun. It only took us a little over 10 mins to get there, but all the streets were so cute with some cool old buildings that made it easier with all the things to look at. After checking into the hostel and resting for a little bit, I headed ...
4 hours, 4.9 kms
Motril is another greenhouse town, a little ways away from the coast so it doesn't have the beachtown vibe. Today is Dia del San Juan, a major holiday—so I’m surprised to see a little supermarket open… of course… it’s run by a Chinese family! I continue on through the narrow streets of town until ...
... almost made me want to start
The neatest thing about Gibraltar is that it doesn’t belong to Spain – it looks
like it should but it’s part of the British realm. Too funny. And it’s been
that way since the early 1700s when England won the 2.5 square mile peninsula
in the War of Spanish Succession. OK – history lesson done. But the books say that
while Spain has tried ...