Casa Marta Cartagena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... and Mandy. His ambition is to come to Africa and dig a well . Can we organise that somewhere! Not Christians so another chance to talk about TCP and our motivation for what we do. Another guy with a 'church' background but moved away. It happens a lot. Sow a seed. Enjoying the sunshine and ambience here so think I'll stay another day and put off the next leg north. Why? It goes over 3 pages of my road atlas! So why not do it in 2 hops ? Don't know . It's an idea. Thanks . Lala salama. ...
This site near Cartagena is very relaxed although quite busy. It's a mixture of touring but mainly caravans and cottages and apartments. I guess this far south people either fly in or come for a long period of time. People have set up their permanent beach camps complete with sunshades and camping chairs! Good idea! I'm about to wander up to the shop to get my ...
It's a long way down Spain to nearly the bottom! Ok if you fly in - but by road. Hmm . It's going to be great to see Pete & Al at their Spanish place which I've heard so much about. I should arrive at Mojacar end of the afternoon after a relax in the morning either on the beach or by the pool. Both nice and warm. I plan to buy a better scale map of Spain and maybe take a less coast/motorway route back to S France. ...
... Roman Bath complex we have seen in all Europe! Then a wander through some of the old town. Narrow streets, interesting facades ( some with no actual building behind it ) and some beautiful old buildings. A cold drink before home. The city is very quiet at siesta time. Bus back to camp again, to ourselves tonight, more washing to do before setting off to the Sierra Nevada ...
... tank. Then the engine would not start. Out with orange safety vests and red triangles. Lifted the cab and pumped the fuel and it started. Not a good place to stop - traffic whizzing past at 130! Caught up with Rob and Rob at the next servo, where we filled up, obviously. John now knows the capacity of the main tank is 1000, not 1001 km. Arrived at Cartagena and found another cheap "Motorhome car park" for the ...