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Travel Blogs from Benidorm
... br> The early part of the walk is over a rugged roadway and our initial impressions were less than exciting but we were soon surprised and pleased to have discovered this route.
We encountered many bikers at the start of our walk and we passed a pigeon racing club. It was unoccupied today but we could see the coops and landing platforms for competitions.
We made one small detour misunderstanding the route marking but soon realized our error ...
... be accommodated but we weren't thrilled to learn there would be two narratives, English and Spanish. That meant the tour was twice as long.
Of course if you don't book a private tour this is likely to happen. If we plan to do it again we will look at that option.
The guide did a good job of moving our large group from location to location with a bit of history about the city and things we were passing as we walked.
... Darlene and Maureen, two friends who also wanted an easier hike, so we decided to start at 10 AM, walking our playa to the Alicante lighthouse and beyond.
It was a perfect morning and almost immediately we were shedding our jackets as we enjoyed the sun and the gentle breezes from the Mediterranean. We were joined by lots of Spaniards as it was Dia del Padre (Father's Day). Lots of families were strolling and enjoying ...
... spent more on healthcare per capita than any other nation -- $8,508, Sweden $ 3,758 and average OECD countries $3,268. (Source OECD Health Data 2012).
Read more about international health care cost and the quality of health care in various countries here:
http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2013/11/ 13/US-healthcare-Most-expensive-longest -waits-most-red-tape/UPI-30501384398664 /#ixzz2uFQPWAVV
... welcome as Maximilian meets his uncles and cousins.
Of course we are happy to have them, along with some of Lars' siblings, as well as friends of the boys and Jessy's parents, who will be visiting from Germany. It should be lots of fun.
So, while there hasn't been much time for blogging, we haven't let any grass grow under our feet!
I'm adding a few photos from the last month too!