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We had a great family holiday on our Finca in Arens de Lledo in Aragon Spain. It is now been 10 years since we bought the farm and there have been some set backs, burglaries, plants not surviving the hot summers etc. But we are still convinced that we can make it into a very nice organic farm with some eco tourism activities. So this time we had to start from scratch, camping out without electricity and running water because the solar pannels had been stolen. Anyway, Sander ...
... to get here from the highway so it's a bit remote. We will likely hibernate in the sun for a few days, and enjoy our last few days of family fun.
There is a really neat BBQ type thing here...cooked some salmon on it tonight. It was so fun!
I'm really looking forward to being home in a few days!
Now back to the pool....
On Saturday, I woke up around 7 so that I could take a metro to the train station. At the train station I, along with about 20 other people, bought a ticket to a small town on a peninsula called Peñíscola. It was around a 2 hour train ride to get to a neighboring town called Benicarlo. From that station, we had to walk about 10 minutes to get to a bus stop, which had a 20 minute bus ...
... we were walking back through the streets a woman we had greeted insisted on taking us into a bar/ social club to see the 'Vista' from the terrace. Although this town is not in any way well known or famous it is still very attractive and typical of so many in inland Spain
We went back to ...
... Mora d'Ebre (Ebro) and Gandesa to the campsite at Arnes - really in the middle of nowhere!
The roads there took us through some wonderful scenery, past ochre orange/red rocks, down gorges and along ridges. There were also large fertile plains with olive groves, vines and almonds