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Travel Blogs from Santa Pola
... It was a crystal clear day and the views were breathtaking! We discovered a well marked trail and continued north stopping frequently to snap photos and to just enjoy the luck of having such a fine chance to enjoy where we live.
Lars knew the area because he had hiked here with our walking group and Jim and Lorraine McGovern while they were visiting us. I was ...
... came to the UK to attend Louise and Olley's wedding. After a drink at a bar overlooking the sea at lively Arenal, we drove to one of their local restaurants on the Montgo (the majestic mountain which rises out of the headland) where we had a pleasant meal over catch-up on what we had all been up to. Monday morning, we set to and packed up, awning and all, and got on the road to travel about 100 miles south to Camping Marjal ...
... and the USA, without worrying about our stuff.
We have leased an apartment on Longboat Key in November, December 2013.
Early 2014 we plan to be back in Europe and continue our adventures together,
Living simply and no longer STUCK. We will try to stay HAPPY
Some quotes about Being Stuck:
“Your lack of commitment to being different is what kills you. It is the insanity of doing the same thing every time ...
... to meet our local tennis pro Pablo so that I could hit a few balls and see just how far my recovery from shoulder surgery has come. I've been having a lot of therapy and I picked up my racquet with the approval of my therapist.
Just last night I was watching the US Open Tennis match between Serena and Sloane Stephens and their play inspired me, but there was no way I could make those wild swings Sarina always uses during the coin ...
... only about 25 C.
There were seven walkers in our group including a lively 10 year old English boy with his father. We were well match and kept a good pace. We stopped at one high spot to enjoy a snack. Bill's wife set along some lovely banana bread which we devoured!
We carried on a bit longer and then turned to take a different route down. Oddly enough sometimes the down part is more difficult ...