Ambar Beach Apartments
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... July 13 Monday blog out , till we leave for Andalusia meanwhile , while still in Altea : Moved to another apt down the street on july17 , still in old town . Liking this area. Convenient to shops, train, cafes and beach. July23 Thursday checked out the nude beach to complete our Spain Tan ! july 25 Saturday Catching the last of Le tour du France at beach side cafes Left Altea on July 27 at 11:30 am ; onwards to Andalusia ...
... before it got too hot.
The campsite we stayed in in Rugat was interesting for a number of different reasons. Firstly it had its own lake with a good selection of water fowl, a heathly population of red squirrels, and a workforce almost entirely British. Not sure how they all ended up in Rugat but it was a bit bizarre. ...
... to give things a chance,so, on one day, we took the Bus into Benidorm, with Malc and Sue , we were pleasantly surprised!
True, much of it is Blackpool with sun, but, there are some rather attractive bits, tucked away from the "full English breakfast cafes" and the karoake bars with the tattooed drinkers minus their tops spilling out onto the pavement, and the ...
... a town called Javea and it looked much nicer we decided to get something to eat and looked for the closest path to the beach in the effort of finding a restaurant on the beach. We didn’t just find a restaurant on the beach, we found Post Card Spain. Flat Mediterranean waters, white rocks cliffs, and a beautiful pebble beach. It was so lovely.
We had Tappa’s at the first restaurant on the boardwalk, and it was amazing, Spanish ...
... not to be adventurous and only walked through the tunnel and then saw that the rest of the climb was a bit too ardous for my liking and I was not going to risk anything.
The views I saw from this tunnel was amazing. Panoramic views of all of Calpe from one coastline to the left and right. The tunnel was also a bit slippery but thank god they had a rope which you could usse to ...