Catalonia Conde de Floridablanca
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... br> but a lot less resorts.
Wednesday 24 June
This morning we found a caterpillar had been munching happily on our basil plant.
Thankfully it hadn't eaten all of the best leaves.
Today we completed a fairly long passage as time is ticking away.
Thursday 25 June
This morning we found our basil plant “Bazza” was totally consumed by three fat caterpillars. Not sure whether they came with the plant or were ...
... that we are approaching one with multiple exits far in excess of what actually exists. The current record is 23 exits! This is usually caused by the junction having service roads, tracks into fields and flyovers, as well as the main roads.
You also get the occasional vendor on a roundabout usually selling their home grown produce of fruit and vegetables. However we have also seen a few lone young ladies sat at the roundabout with apparently nothing to ...
We are continuing to balance our activities between getting baked on the inland climbing crags and getting baked on the beach! However we have avoided any heatstroke or sun burn.. we must be getting acclimatised.
We stopped of at a spectacular spot on our way back to the coast, at La Panocha, which is in a rock ridge to the south of Murcia. The road up to ...
... campsite and village with lots of walking, cycling and climbing options nearby.
The crag at Mula is up by a dam to the north of the town in a very picturesque area. We were not sure how much climbing we would get done due to the heat as all the climbs are south facing. However we managed a good number as there was a bit more ...
... seeking two years ago after travelling through the bustling, high-rise Costas. A British traveller advised us we would need to go inland and this little sleepy backwater must be about 15 miles as the crow flies from the Med. Anyhow, to bring our readers up-to-date, we left Alcossebre last Tuesday after saying farewell to neighbours who for a change were not from The Netherlands but Germany. Thankfully for us they all spoke a degree ...