Casa En El Campo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... chair shop on the way so spent quite a bit of time there before a rather indifferent but alternative lunch with a German twist. I imagine it caters for the hoards of Dutch and German occupants of the surrounding flats and camps. Quite glad to leave as far too near ...
... who wants to pursue them.
This visit I focused on juicing and Lars and I both attended the Mindset Classes moderated by Marco. It's always a great exercise to consider where we put our focus and how we approach problems and projects. I really enjoyed shifting my view to a more positive level.
We also enjoyed walking in the country side and discovered the lovely seaside town of Moraira.
On Tuesday we had a festive dinner ...
... in compensation the weather has turned nice and with some friends I drove up into the mountains to do a walk along a headland and past some windmills and it was warm enough for even the butterflies to come out. I have also been wobbling my way around on the motorbike and even used it to take Treacle to a local nature reserve, unfortunately to get anywhere I have to go on a fairly narrow but busy main road and that isn't much fun.
... was made for the next day. Things are looking up.
in the mean time there have been quite a few thing I have missed since I left home and one is my work as a volunteer ranger. I love clearing out ponds, cutting back gorse and taking trees down, so I decided to do a bit of 'ranger work' whilst on the new caravan site. On leaving the site really early to go to Valencia, I managed to back the motorhome into a tree and completely demolished it. It ...
... the town which we walked up to and there were little shops and cafes outdoors on the cobbled streets.
We went into the castle which was now a museum and walked around. It turns out that it was a bit of a family mansion and there were old antiques from when they lived there. We could walk up onto the top of the castle and there was a graveyard on the roof and there were views out over the mountains and a lake and the fields. We then had some nice ...