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... slogging the road. The lovely Mexican girls with smiley faces in the streaming rain. Tiger the Irish lad with his non stop chatter made the kilometres fly by. Sheila with her strength and stupidity breaking the pain barrier. Jimmy for coping so well with us two and, keeping her on her feet, carrying the bulk of our belongings and keeping me warm and dry. I hope the wonderful memories of this trip will keep us at home for the near future, but knowing those two I doubt ...
... Benidorm? Simply because neither of us have ever been and we’ve heard of so many people going.
Was it our grandparents/older relatives that went maybe?? Oh we were very young and got run over by tandem disability scooters on numerous occasions.
To be fair, we had a lovely walk along the promenade and around town (got a bit lost!!), then back to the campsite (about 7 miles). We ate on the promenade ...
... on the beach relaxing.
We then went for a walk, had non alcoholic cocktails like the ones in Ceasars in Christchurch and looked in a few shops before going out to dinner along the beach from the girls apartment.
After dinner we went back to the apartment and slept.
Well cruel as I may be, I cannot help smirking, the loony woman has damaged her rib! Party, party, vino, vino, dancing down the hallway, trips up and falls on table. Paracetamol and water , but not looking good for the long teck. Freddy is now dreaming of lazy days in Lisbon by the pool ...
... is for cars, and can see a track up the other side of the ravine, so give it a go. Beyond the end of the concrete, the track is slippery with hard, rolling gravel, but we get to the bottom where a board crosses the trickle of what is probably sewerage leakage in the creek. The other side is steeper and slipperier, but we make it up into terraces of stacked limestone boulders, and come upon a disused irrigation aquifer, full of gravel and sloping toward La Nucia. In some ...