Hotel Cap Negret
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... with the most delish sardines . Heat front in Europe this week. Sometimes unbearable.. Lots of dips in bay and cold showers.. July 8 Wednesday Rented an apt in the Old Town area on top of hill for the next 10 days." Saved by the Air Con ". We are around the corner from the church, Virgen de Consuelo.This area has a spectacular view over the entire Altea area and far beyond with view of the bay and deep into the Mediterranean Sea . July 9 Thursday Fun ...
... before it got too hot.
The campsite we stayed in in Rugat was interesting for a number of different reasons. Firstly it had its own lake with a good selection of water fowl, a heathly population of red squirrels, and a workforce almost entirely British. Not sure how they all ended up in Rugat but it was a bit bizarre. ...
... the beach.
On the property side we are very much at the investigation stage looking at different locations, but we have seen some interesting opportunities, however we must not get rushed into buying something we haven't fully researched and it fits with our longer term plans.
We are still getting some climbing when we can find a crag that faces away from the sun. There are a few options but it is a bit too hot to do anything ...
Altea, AlicanteTuesday 18th March 2014
We depart Camping Roquetas, promptly.
Uneventful 200 or so miles to our next destination, Arena Blanca, Benidorm.
This turns our to be a poor choice, it is right in the middle of Benidorm, or, as I prefer to call it, Blackpool, with sun. Not to my taste.
A hurried reprogramming of the sat nav takes us to ...
... put away, so exhausting, in this heat.
Something I have not metioned, mainly because I have been unable to get any photographs so far, but, there are lots and lots of sparrows here, far more than we are used to seeing at home.
It is spring of course, nesting ...