Casas Rurales El Arranca
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... are on terraces affording lovely views of the surrounding hills and the village. The site provides all the facilities you could wish for including a swimming pool (too cold for me to use) and a bar (which I felt it my duty to frequent). It is only a two minute walk into the village where there are two bakers, two small shops and two restaurants. I have been working ******* learning some Spanish and have taken the opportunity when ...
... by Eusebio Sempere, an artist I had not come across before but whose work was really riveting. There was of course a lot more unintelligible works of splodged paint and ripped canvas.
There was time for a wander around Alicante to look at some lovely buildings, old and new (as well as a few eye sores!). We saw a big encampment of homeless people picketing one of the banks, then back down on ...
... by a cancer charity one further up the road. We stopped for a truly excellent pizza for lunch, then called at Consum for some groceries on the way back. Mercadona is our supermarket of choice, but occasionally we like to pop into another to see if there is anything different. Sometimes this can be a mistake. On our way into Roquetas we had spotted a huge Carrefour, so last week we thought we would try it. Now usually ...
... and it was a lovely warm day so couldn't have been better for their arrival. At 12.30 they finally with relief walked through the arrival gate at the airport. We decided instead of taking them straight back to Palomares we would show them a few lovely places of interest first. So we packed them and their cases into the car and off we drove through the mountains to Mazarrón where we had a lovely walk along the beach, around the marina and settled for lunch at ...
... I circle back in to take a break in the quiet garden I noticed earlier on my way in. Things have picked up in the three-plus hours since I arrived. The walkways are jammed with people, enjoying the sunny day. But I am still virtually alone in the garden; I could be on another planet. After I leave the grounds, and the throngs lining up to get in, I sit on a bench in the sunshine to reflect upon what I've seen. It's all clear to me now. The sounds ...