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... the original gate to the fortified city, down to the old bridge, built in 1616 on the ruins of an Arabic bridge, and finally to the original Arabic bridge where the Arabic baths are located. These were built on the ruins of Roman baths. From here you can look way way up and see the new bridge. Then I got to cross the old bridge and walk back up on the other side. The scenery is spectacular. With time to kill, Jack and I visited the bullring and the ...
We managed to time our stay in Alicante to coincide with the Hogueras fiesta. We had first learnt about this festival as part of our spanish class home work while reading the novel "Muerte en Valencia". Alicante has a similar event where papier mache figures, call Fallas, are built by neighbourhoods in the city depicting various themes and each is judged and prizes awarded for each category. Bit like the Chelsea flower show. ...
... arrives with a tray including: bottle of gin, huge empty goblet, single sized bottle of tonic, bowl of large, usually round ice cubes, and another bowl of large fat lemon and lime twists, and juniper berries. First into the glass are the ice cubes, one by one. They are sometimes swirled to cool the glass. If swirled, the water is then drained. Next, the gin. The tonic is then opened at the table and poured in ...
... there after by his friends, a couple from Australia, Paul, known as Geezer and his wife Renee. We then walked down to where our slightly irate spanish bus driver was waiting. The journey to our villa in the 'nearby' town of Javea took about 45mins and we arrived to be warmly greeted by another couple, Duncan (Tash's dad)'s friends, Bobby and Sally. All in all, not too rough a journey but bed was very well received that ...
... pretty little town where Mike discovered that he would like to die buried in a pile of French food...and French pastries...and French wine. Weirdly although I was on a quest to eat my way through Europe I am not a fan of French food...I know right? What a weirdo. From there we were off to Miramas to start our first workstay in France. So far it has been fun but more on that in the next instalment haha. Later Spain! ...