Hotel Salambina

Address: Carretera de Malaga, Km 326, Salobrena, Andalusia, 18680, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera de Malaga, Km 326, Salobrena, is near Mirador de San Nicolas and Barracuda Diving Center.
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Travel Blogs from Salobrena

Tears, Tantrums and new Beginnings

A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Oct 05, 2014

8 photos

... to start the week, after children, (hopefully) have gone to respective activities! Im hoping the coming week will be less emotional. We are looking forward to friends arriving and there is the Nerja Ferrier next weekend which is a long weekend of festival which looks brilliant. The schools have Friday and Monday off so looks like theres lots going on in and around the area. Finally, Gareth and I Have decided we need to instill a regime again if no drinking days, ...

Noise, Bugs, school for all and finally some rain!

A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Sep 26, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... today, which isn't like him and when I dropped him iff this morning he cried and so did I, a lot and at this point I had my first pang of feeling homesick. What best thing to do in this situation than ring Mum! Reassurance offered and 5 hours later I picked him up, a bundle of smiles, telling me what a great time he'd had. The good thing is that school is just 9 until 2 so still have lots of play time at home. Last but not least, little Lewis. We ...

Grenada and salobrena

A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on Apr 06, 2013

7 photos

... 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 ...

At Sea, en Route to Malaga, Spain

A travel blog entry by janandfamily on Jul 19, 2012

15 photos

... be worried (yet) about my Photoshop skills. It may take me more than one class to reach their level, but I am on my way.

The casino is only open when we are cruising and the boys have had moderate success at black jack. They have made a lot of new friends and have learned a few new terms they will carry with them; “Me likey” and “You not my lucky.”

On to Malaga, ...

Swimming in the sea... at night... in winter...

A travel blog entry by isigoeses on Feb 03, 2011

6 photos

... I really hurried up; I was scared.

When I came out of the water, I immediately stopped feeling my arms and legs and suddenly, even talking was hard. It took me almost half an hour to dress again; the cold slowed down every movement, all in slow-motion, it took so long to do something as simple as putting on a shirt.

It sounds so simple. But it was such a great idea to do this. Well, as mentioned before, my metaphors are somehow strange… but letting go of ...