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Today we are on the road to Valencia, some 7 hours away from Granada. We drive through the superb views over the Sierra Nevada as we cross the Mora Pass. We continue past the cave dwellings neat Guadix to the hi-rise of the Costa Blanca. As we pass through the city of Murcia we see the veterinary school and fruit juice factories. Spain exports …
Early start for our travels to Valencia. Travelled along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, stopping at Tarragona briefly then onto seaside town of Peniscilo. This is a beautiful little town right on the beach. Finally got to see the ocean and walk on the sand! Sand was different to ours - quite dark in colour, almost like dirt, but very fine and …
... later Seb delivered the frozen offal to his parents freezer and the entire carcass to his friend the chacuteria. With a few cleaves of the knife he halved the beast. The beaded spinal cord now viable, he slammed off the kpfore and hind legs. Sliced deep gashes in each and into the meat between the ribs. He firmly cut the ribs into pretty lamb cutlets and bagged the creature into four plastic carriers. It took about 12 minutes. The knife was the size of a flounder ...
... their healthcare system. I hear France is better. Well, one major thing they seem to lack here is variety in fruits and vegetables. SF really beats them in this category. Judging from the waistbands of folks in their 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s, the diet here is not healthy enough.
I really had some great memories here from just randomly going about the different streets, meeting European travelers and having adventures with them, staying with a ...
We stocked up Larz and stayed the night in a campground just south of the city and re-acquainted ourselves with campervan life, which meant being woken up in the early hours of the morning with a loud tearing sound.
My heart sank, thoughts of the awning in tatters as we looked out the small ventilation window above our bed at the carnage the downpour was causing around the campground. Luckily ...