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... is not far to travel to.
We have liked having coffee on the terrace of the Voramar hotel and have met some lovely people who come here every year.
The coast is lovely here and we really liked Peniscola too.
There are not so many high rise modern hotels as further down the coast and there is still some old world charm about the area with it's lovely ...
Before I start, I've never written a blog in the past and maybe I would be not as articulate as most, but hopefully I convey and let the world now what I'm experiencing in planning my trip for 2013.
Next year I will be 37, so at this stage in my life it is something that I always regretted not doing when I was younger, so I decided it is now or never, Carpe Diem !
I am 36 and never been much on confidence, ...
... not for much longer. You see, we're now very motivated to learn more. Lars and I are making an offer on an apartment here on Playa Muchavista.
Our hope is to spend a least six months in Europe, five here in Spain and one month in Sweden. In our search for a Spanish home we want to be near the sea. If all goes according to plan we will ...
... process. It was a bit like a herd of cattle being moved through various gates. Of course the fault was ours. Learning to speak Spanish is definitely something on our radar now!Afterwards we celebrated with a lovely lunch in Alicante before we took the tram home again.
My photos aren't very exciting but we used the tram this morning and walked a few km to our destination and back again so I'll post those too.
... the 170 steps.
Elche's modern industry is the manufacturing of shoes.There are more than 1000 footware factories in the area. The city is 11 km from the sea and after our morning visit we drove to Santa Pola for lunch near the harbor.
It was a lovely day trip and one we will surely recommend to visitors!
Here are a few photos.