Santuario San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We're on the move again, further round the coast and we’re going to cheat and go by the Motorway. We’ve looked at the windy yellow road through the mountains (Sierra de Almenera) and decided not to bother. Just 145k today to a campsite described as 'for those who like the unusual’.
Mark gave a running commentary for the journey, ‘there’s more polytunnels’.
Beautiful scenery through the mountains (aside ...
... and sticky with sun cream - this is why I don’t do beach holidays!!. The sea was very cold so I only managed a quick paddle. We persevered for about an hour and then headed back to the campsite for a shower and a cup of tea…..
Sunday 27th April
Weather: Mucho Scorchio
We walked out of San Jose back towards Torre de la Vela Blanca but took the coastal path ...
Friday 14th March 2014
As anyone reading this is probably aware, our British banks make a nice little earner, by charging a "handling fee" if you use your credit card or debit card to purchase goods or draw cash from an ATM outside of the UK.
Quite by chance, while visiting Almeria, some days ago, I discovered, if you use a UK Santander debit card, to draw cash from ...
Tuesday 11th March 2014
We decide to having a restful day, sitting in the sun.
Part way through the day, one of our (few) English neighbours (John) begins moving his caravan. I subsequently discover, he has sold the existing caravan to one of the site cleaners, and bought another from some other English chap, onsite.
Kathleen soon interrogates them and we learn, John and his wife are residents in Spain, they live inland, near Granada, and keep a caravan ...
... demolish buildings?
An excellent restoration job has been done, the interior is now an art gallery, it is all free, worth a visit.
Suitably fortified with culture, we cycle the 8 miles back to Aguadulce Marina, to have our Sunday lunch at the restaurant we found last week. It is called "La Belga", and is ...