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This blog entry is written after we have been travelling for a year and in two halves. One from each of us.
Blabbering by Jules
It feels as if the Gods have flicked a switch and turned Spring on in fine form. Five days of rain and foggy mist was followed by five days of howling icy wind has suddenly turned into bright clear blue skies and 26 degrees C.
From our terrace we look over the citrus and olive groves of the La Axarquia region of Andalusia. ...
... down the path was the best option, being able to take advantage of gravity. We made it down in record time and headed back to our room and proceeded to take a small nap before dinner. Dinner here starts around 8pm and doesn't hit its stride until 10pm and starts wrapping up around midnight. We went out and walked the old town and stopped at one of the many Tapas restaurants in the area. For being a much smaller town than Barcelona, there was actually a higher concentration ...
... there it was…the sparkling, shimmering, calm, cool waters of el mar de mediterraneo! It was a truly glorious sight and I felt a sense of peace, awe and inspiration that is awakened within only by the presence of beautiful white sand beaches, warm yellow sunshine and clean, clear blue-green water lapping at the shore. I hadn’t felt this happy and satisfied since my ladies weekend in Lisboa ...
We popped into Torrox this morning to see the vet about booking Pippin in for her check up for the passport. Not such a good plan as the vet there was still charging the same price as before the changes were made, two years ago, making the process more sensible and cheaper. She asked for 45 euros whereas the vet in Calais does the same job for 25 euros, fills in a form, a quick health check and a worming tablet for 25 euros! So, now ...
... Sheer bloodymindedness was kicking in at this point. Well I have to say that they keep the roads in immaculate condition, way better than in England. Its just the hideous crumbling precipices at the side of these superbly maintained roads that are the problem. Stopping occasionally at parking spots (well areas of dirt at the edge of the beautifully tarmacced roads) in order to take photos and give myself yet another pep talk, I eventually reached Trevalez. Totally worth the ...