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I guess its about time I posted something about my life in Murcia! I must say, I have been loving every bit of Murcia from the very first day - probably due to the great city itself, some good friends I've made, and a positive and open attitude I came in with. Murcia is a region is SE Spain, neighbors to Alicante and Almerķa. On my bus from Alicante to the center of Murcia, I got a lovely view of the rural region – many ...
... Italy, we got food and drinks for 4 of us for less than 40 euros, which was what just me and ben paid for one course in Rome!
After lunch we went and visited some more of my relatives who I also hadn't seen for a long time so that was very nice. Then we went for a walk along the sea front at Santiago de la Ribera along the mar manor where I learnt to sail years ago. The mar menor is a big lake, but its really part of the sea with a spit of ...
... in sunny Spain and there is snow as far as the eye can see. Unbelievable. We took a slight detour to get some snow for Olivia and headed back to the highway only to find a little further up the road a restaurant with you guessed it, tonnes of snow out the front so we stopped, for a coffee of course;-) took a couple of snaps and headed inside for a coffee and chocolate croissant for lunch, yummy. I decided that after this I would head out and build a snowman, something we couldn't ...
... or Mother Christmas, even the dogs were dressed up and children. If not in actual outfits or Father Christmas 'onesis', then they were in Red and/or white jumpers, trousers, jackets etc., it was a spectacular sight. Family Groups had BBQ's going or were enjoying picnics. Because the beach loungers were packed away for Winter, everyone had bought their own chairs, tables, umbrellas and ...
... Norman and Sue too, to San Miguel. Norman had some paperwork to sort at the Town Hall, meanwhile, Sue and I went around the shops - there are loads of Chinese cheapy shops around, amazing prices for stuff, they sell everything from car parts, to painting stuff, to kitchen ware/bathroom ware, clothes, shoes, just everything. Later we all met at a bar called 'The Nuthouse'. Weird place, it is a typical Spanish ...