Hotel Spa Torre Pacheco
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a price. Luckily, its a small price to pay, about 3 foot 9.
The two and a half hours a week I have the seven-year-old devil-children of Beginners 4, that's the price tag. There is the clammy cry-baby Juan Miguel who is in danger of actually taking out an eye with the under-wire in my bra he stands so close to me when I ask them to line up. There's Squeally Miki who gets so over excited when all hell breaks loose that he ...
We had been invited to spend time with our friends, Gavin and Wendy, at a house on a 'urbanisation' close to Torrevieja between Murcia and Alicante for some time and this was an opportunity that now just worked out. But what does living on a British enclave in Spain really mean - well we were about to find out!
Eagles Nest is the area where the house is located, mainly an area of ex-pats and holiday homes owned by the British although given ...
This is a much overdue update, I'm afraid, but we've been busily enjoying the in-port lifestyle: exploring our new town, meeting other yachties, visiting the local supermarkets, watching the thunderstorms overhead.
After Garrucha we spent one night in a horribly roll-ey anchorage, neither of us getting much sleep at all, but it did offer one last opportunity for a swim before we were got to our marina, where we'd have six ...
... basketball player and snowboarder to boot. I honestly did not know where to look when he first met Nadia and I in Murcia in a vest. He has muscles in places I don't think most men have places.
We have also been out for a curry! Near El Dorado-geddon and the Ex-Pat enclave there is a curry house built into a warehouse. Its culturally jarring speaking English to Indians in Spain while listening to sun burnt retirees from Rotherham discuss the 'shrapnel' they will leave as ...
... only be described as
'weird’, statues), and often a ruined castle. Your typical Spaniard has
experienced a degree of prosperity in the past, but since the GFC, they are being
forced into having to get used to being poor again. Some villages are starting
to look a little tired, and litter is a problem in some towns. Culturally they appear
to have a problem in the area of litter management. Walk into any bar/cafe and you will ...