El Fondó de les Neus
While being on a world travel with baby at this point we needed to escape big cities and flee into the nowhere. So we ended up in a hippie house between rocky mountains in the inland of Spain. That type of tranquility was great to get work done and spend quality time with our baby. Moreover, the creative house and super-cozy outdoor area inspired us. While lying outside and watch the stars you start to what’s really important in life…
Unfortunately, our baby nomad had a bit stomachache. But the caraway suppository were quite helpful. (Click here for more infos on a first-aid-kit for your baby.) After 3 days everything was fine again.
The owner are a Belgium couple who probably retired early and bought a piece of freedom 2 years ago. They are renting out one part of the house from time to time.
Cost incl. fees:75 € per night
Pinos del Valle – Il siempre falta vino
Our next stop was a little more civilised. Nevertheless, the little town in Sierra Nevada has just around 700 residents. The surrounding areas are great for hiking. In addition, a nearby town, Lanjaron, is known of its wealth of water. As a consequence, they celebrate the biggest water fight in Spain in June!
We were hiking in the afternoon hours and visiting the nearby towns with the baby carrier. Beside the warmth it was not a problem to carry our baby around.
Our apartment in Pinos del Valle was a great 19th Century building with a modern-retro mix interior design. The landlord was a very entertaining bon vivant. He also has a vineyard and occasionally offers vine tasting. When we asked for the price of the bottles, he answered that he is not selling them. Why?: “Il siempre falta vino!” (vine is always lacking).
Cost incl. fees: 48 € per night