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Today I had a sleep in and once I had finihsed breakfast I walked to the market again.
Again it was so busy, that after an hour I had had enough, so I walked home and had some lunch.
At 1:30 I went with Eugene to pick Anna up from work ...
... then had some breakfast and headed off to Calpe again to spend some time on the beach and I planned to climb Penon de ifach.
I got to the beach at about 11am and spent the next 3 hours before walking down the boulevard and visiting the "old town". I then walked back and walked up to Penon de ifach and climbed up to the tunnel which leads you through the mountain to the very top.
... catches for the day and then saw the fish market in full swing. Have never seen so many differnt types of fish at one time. The market is on every day.
Every restaurant on the boulevard had fish dishes as their main cuisine (obviously).
Once I finished my walk I went back to the beach and as ...
... not much bigger than a matchbox, but it is transport none the less. So to familiarise ourselves with the car and getting used to driving on the other side of the road we took a small drive to Benissa.
We parked the car and walked around the village for a few hours.
Benissa is a small town in Spain in ...
Today Mary and I took a bus into Denia. This bus only goes to Denia 3 times each day and returns at set times each day. The trip took about 1 and 1/4 hours.
Denia) is a city in the province of Alicante, Spain, on the Costa Blanca halfway between Alicanteand Valencia, From here you can get a ferry that takes you ...