Hotel El Eden
Travel Blogs from El Ejido
... your indoor plumbing :>)) The
weather was great, about 22ᵒ C and sunny. We had breakfast and headed off into
town. We walked through the meandering narrow streets and made our way up to
the fort. This place was amazing! You walk up the cobblestone stairway, through
the arches and up into the castle. There were lots of cactus and flowers and
really made the place look less foreboding. There were a lot ...
Traveling through the Sierra mountains is an experience, the roads are up and down and the money spent on all the tunnels was well spent as it would have been a long journey if we had to go around them all. The scenery changed from lots of vine yards which were covered in plastic to make black grapes or orange and lemon trees to mountains with little growth on them but different colours such as purple, orange, ...
The roads were twisty and the amount of tunnels I went through were astounding. We arrived at the Marina and parked up then went to find the harbour masters office to pay him to stay. We paid for 2 nights and Wifi but soon realised we could only put it on to one computer which was a pain as we all wanted access, however we worked it out between us all and we managed to complete what ...
... priced—but I’m not sure that I want to stay the night here—even though the fellow tells me that there will be bonfires and partying down at the beach 9 kilometers away to celebrate “Dia de San Juan”, a summer equinox celebration that dates back to pagan times. I’d kind of like to see if I can fit in one more town today.
But first I’ve got to find the center of town and the skyscraper is definitely not it—so ...
... your heart would
Love to say.'
John O'Donohue never fails to hit the spot.
Why was I so magnetically drawn to the back of beyond in Bolivia?
Jeff Brown , an Irish- Canadian spiritual teacher offers illuminating thoughts.
'Essential lessons cannot be avoided.
Callings don't go away.
When we turn away from our lessons, when we ignore our ...