Travel Blogs from Salobrena
... and then go rock climbing, all in pursuit of a classic wedding photo. They leapt around in the waves and it was all being captured on video too. Her dress was soaked and must have weighed a ton but she looked beautiful and they were loving every minute of it ! Their photos will be brilliant.
We found a nice camping at Almayate around 2 pm, got ourselves organized and had some lunch. We had a drink at the camping café/restaurant first and than went to check out the beach. We stayed there for the afternoon until 6 and then got ready for our paella that we ordered at 7 pm. It was pretty good and we enjoyed it sitting on the terrace till late. We had phoned Nico and Riet, friends of my mother to see if they wanted to meet us tomorrow in ...
... off the hillside and darkening the sky. The wind had picked up and this was obviously not helping matters. It was fortunate that it was blowing up the mountain and away from Cómpeta but we could see the flames from a fair distance away and it must have been terrifying for those in and around the town . The villagers here in Sayalonga were out monitoring the situation too- a change of wind direction could have caused a ...
... had enjoyed themselves as much as I have. Almost.Driving south, back to the sea level and the sunshine pops out. Lovely. Once in Salobrena, we head towards the car parking area where we expect to find other motorhomers. The area is entirely underwater as are many of the surrounding allotment fields. On mooching around, we find our fellow travellers occupying several side streets just off the beach and we park up to join them. The next day the sun is still shining so we trek off ...
... a waste of time.
Hindsight is like a wise abuela ( grandmother).
I'm not religious, but seen on the back of a taxi in Lima :
Jeremiah 33.3 .
'Clama a mí, y yo te responderé, y te enseñaré cosas grandes y ocultas que tú no