Hotel RH Bayren Parc
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... have some chain stores that they absolutely love! I mean love enough to have one on every corner of the block! Logical I guess… who wants to walk 50m when you could just have two Pull and Bears on the block? But the Spanish stores were all very funky and we had to restrain ourselves from buying up a storm. After shopping we hit up the grand market for some fresh fruit and snackage, and ventured to the train station to board our train to Granada!
... about hippies is that they share everything! They were sad when we refused their dirty coffee bowl as it got passed about.
The next morning we left the town with no real interest in exploring it, and ended up in another resorty seaside town called Gandia. The day was an anomaly! Some 22-25°C with warm wind and hot sun. We found a park and took to the enormous beach, which in summer would be ...
... re back in London, and life is returning to normal- well sort of. I’ve only had 2 days back at work so that’s not great. I’ve got a bit too much time on my hands these days and matched with very little money = BOREDOM. (That explains the super long blog). But we are headed to Croatia for a week on the 25th Sep and if my visa gets approved next Wednesday then it looks like I’m moving to France as soon as I get back from Croatia. Its crunch time! ...
We were due to meet up with Les and Tina around 3 pm the following day, so in the morning I went to the nearby supermarket and bought in some essentials ready for our house sit, plus a couple of bottles of vino. Les and Tina turned up at the hotel in the afternoon and we all immediately got on with each other - a relief for us all I reckon.
We followed them back through Gandia and across the main ...
... you are in his company. He picked me up at the station and immediately we were exploring his small town and then other nearby small towns. And all days were like this: we woke up in the morning and, as he had to work, he gave me directions for visiting his or another nearby town, then he got three (!) hours of lunch and took me by car to a lot of different places, then on my own ...