BEST WESTERN Hotel Albahia
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... land which goes around the mar menor. It was very quiet and not much was happening there but it was still a cool place with the Mediterranean sea on one side and the mar menor on the other. The sunset was amazing over the mountains on the way back. Both the sunsets and sunrises here are very nice and they are beautiful colours!
Then today is Thursday and we went along with another of my grandparents clubs to a chocolate factory. On the way there we went ...
... remove the hook. So two injections later, first a tranquilliser and second one to make her sick on the real off chance she will sick the hook up... Jackpot Jackpot Jackpot... 10mins later in a sleepy trance she only sicks up the fish part and the hook.!!!!!!!! So so ...
... kings on camels and lots of music. We were told by locals that it's a bigger deal than New Year's Eve and everything will be shut down tomorrow. Vivi says she read that kids leave hay outside their doors for the camels and the wisemen leave presents, so she left out water in lieu of hay on the steps of our camper. Santa had 2 Kinder eggs that he forgot to put in their stockings that he's going to pass onto the wisemen! - Mo P.S. Hopefully more pictures when I have a wi-fi ...
... and we always seem to come away with smiles on our faces.
Our hiking group has also rewarded us with many wonderful walks and friendships as well as some much needed exercise.
Our trip to Paris was truly fantastic and deserves it's own entry so I will try to add that next.
I'll also try to be more faithful in writing when we return to Sweden...the Christmas season there is so beautiful and I'd love to share it with you, so stay tuned!
... the driving - so I thank her for that. We went to local markets, an Argentinian Tango dance night with dinner. Went to Cabo Riog and had a lovely walk along a cliff path, saw/visited lots of other places too. Spain has lots and lots of markets, Jill took us to a huge one in Guardamar. It was just opening when we arrived, so not many people around, but in the Summer time apparently you can hardly walk through the markets for the crowds. ...