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 ...
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 ...
... where we left off. The only difference was that my spanish
was not nearly as good as it was 8 years ago, thus I struggled a little to
keep up with everyone, who just assumed it was.
Day 2 (Sunday, May 23, 2010)
The plans for this day included spending all our time with the family
again. For lunch Emilio's mom, dad, and brother came over for lunch. Lunch started at around 4pm because no one got up until about noon. We had some ...
... the bathroom. I am not the quickest guy around, but swear I was in there for less than two minutes, so I was a bit surprised when I found 30 Japanese senior citizens singing happy birthday in broken English, and all wanting to take photos when I came back out from the loo. Thanks Johana! As we were first in line for breakfast and both pretty tired, we hoped for a quick breakie before sleeping until check-out hours. Unfortunately we were both wrong as ...