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Travel Blogs from Alicante
Up at 5:30am to drive Mary to Alicante airport. We set the GPS and off we headed. Got her there at 7:15 am and so I was to embark on a journey home alone.
I somehow managed to take a wrong turn, but none the less my TOMTOM corrected me and set me straight again.
I arrived back in Jalon at 8:30 am.
I then promptly moved my stuff into the main bedroom and stripped the other bed.
... 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 ...
... de ifach and also saw underwater sea live. Waters are so crystal clear.
After our cruise we had a coffee and Mary went back to the beach as it was her last day before she was to fly home.
I went for a walk around the boulevard and around the rock. I also saw the fishing boats ...
... snacks and both of these ladies were generous in sharing their foraging.
We seemed to be the only hikers this morning...well that was until we approached the dam where we encountered an enormous group of German hikers....fortunately they were headed the opposite way and we never saw them again.
Our happy group rounded the 50 year old dam and decided to stop for a ...
... Perfect" really just meant outside with a good spanish menu. It doesn't take long to find somewhere like that in Spain. We settled on a little place in the back streets and ordered a few tapas including Sardines and our new favourite Escalivada, which is a marinated mix of artichokes, red peppers and onions. And of course we finish it off with some Paella. That afternoon mainly consisted of more street strolling, vino down at the Marina ...