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Travel Blogs from San Juan de Alicante
... through or hang on to if you slipped.
I was rewarded with fabulous views and was well worth the hike. It was also quite hot walking up the mountain or rock.
I then descended and made my way back to the car to drive home.Upon return home I sat and had a beer with Eugene and then sat and watched Voice of Holland. I then had some dinner and went to bed.
... for the train to Benidorm I suggested we get some bottled water if we were going to hike...dah, yes, a good idea!
We left the tram at Costera Pastor and walked toward the water. Soon we were at the harbor and found a lovely promenade going north. After a while the pathway narrowed and we had to climb a steep stairway, walking onto a higher ridge above the ...
... based on tourism and fishing. Many Iberian, Roman and Arab archeological sites exist in the town, due to its strategic coastal location.
We parked the car and walked to the beach where we spent the next 3 hours or so.
Then at 3pm we took a boat cruise aorund the Penon de ifach.
The Peñón ...
A few weeks ago Lars and I hiked around the Guadelest Reservoir from the dam, walking first around the northern edge of the water.
Today we joined our walking group and discovered a new starting point and a new perspective as we hiked from the southwestern edge going the opposite way! It is always amazing how things look when you change direction.
We had a small group ...
... for the right way, the best way and the perfect way. The way to get unstuck is to start down the wrong path, right now. Step by step, page by page, interaction by interaction. As you start moving, you can't help but improve, can't help but incrementally find yourself getting back toward your north star. You might not end up with perfect, but it's significantly more valuable than being stuck. Don't just start. Continue. Ship. Repeat.” ― Seth Godin