Hotel Costa Narejos
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... We have some wine and gin etc but will probably need to reprovision along the way, even if more expensive, as we need to keep hydrated.
In the afternoon we went to a little family run bar / resturant we visited briefly the day before. They were really happy to see us back and we couldn't ask for a better paella (cooked by the daughter) if we tried.
Later we visited the fishing harbour (a bit too early) and bought some locally caught red
prawns and bonito.
... 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 ...
... told the workers that it was the best seafood I have eaten in my life. They were happy to hear it. After my meal, I went to the beach to swim. The water was clear and warm. Beautiful fish swam next to me. Unfortunately, someone stole my sunglasses while I swam. After I swam, I took a nice nap on the beach. After waking up, I rode a boat to Alicante. The ride was very rough. Tonight, I am going to celebrate the final night of festivities (Hogueras de San Juan) in Alicante. I am very ...
... area climbs up to over 400 metres from the plain along a narrow twisty road. Thankfully we didn't meet any other large vehicles, another good reason for getting a small van. Its a popular local park as well as a climbing area, so we could imagine what it will be like at the weekends or holidays. The view from the top, back over the city, was great. We did a ...
... earlier than planned and off we toddled to get spruced up. We had a lovely evening meal, mixed table of 8 tonight. They ranged from, retired, to artist and banker. All different backgrounds and was very interesting conversation. The couple at the side of us were from Lincoln, small world. My favourite bit of the conversation was when he was telling us what he remembered from the war. He lived in Scunthorpe and he was particularly upset ...