Apartamentos Pueblo salado S.L., Mazarron
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... campsite receptionists can speak English, German and french very well. After we arrived late , to a fairly ugly site we thought we'd treat ourselves to some food out. We set off in daylight at 7 pm along the water front which after the first 10 mins was quite pleasant. We headed to a restaurant recommended again in the Rough Guide. On the way the along the waterfront path we got a great display of male Spanish stroppyness/ assertiveness. A man on his bike ...
Tomas Maestra Marina, Mar Menor
Since leaving Garrucha we have been anchoring for the last 7 days in the most amazing settings. With the boat full of provisions and water we were able to stay out of ports or marinas until today. The weather has been fabulous and we have swum from the boat everyday.
Yesterday we had to reach Cabo de Palos for an overnight anchorage before getting to ...
October 2 -4
The drive from Valencia to Cartagena took us through a vast valley where we saw row upon row of orchards, usually citrus - oranges, lemons, limes as well as some that looked like fruit trees perhaps peaches or plums. Of course there were acres devoted to olive groves, other fields to growing artichokes. Some fields appeared to produce herbs, others vines perhaps grapes to be eaten or others destined to become wine, as a number of wines originate in this ...
... is over an hour driving, which in Spain is considered average distance while the typical Dutch response would be 'hell naw man, too far'. In our defense though: it's the other way around for bikes.
Anyway, the reason for going to Albacete was la Feria, a 300-year old 10-day long annually organized fair. Essentially a 10-day long fiesta marathon. I met people who proudly pronounced they would go every single day and party on like energizer bunnies until 7 AM (when ...
... in Cartagena at noon. Coming into Cartagena is very
cool. Cartagena is a very
interested place but only very recently a tourist spot.
Cartagena was founded by the Carthaginians as New
Carthage. Hannibal used Cartagena
as his staging spot for his invasion of Rome. It was here that he landed his elephants, marched across
eastern Spain, southern France and through Italy to Rome. Most of his soldiers were from ...