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Today I had a sleep in and once I had finihsed breakfast I walked to the market again.
Again it was so busy, that after an hour I had had enough, so I walked home and had some lunch.
At 1:30 I went with Eugene to pick Anna up from work ...
... cheese for the trip, and the cheese had an extremely strong smell. A few dirty looks aside, though, we had our little wine and cheese picnic.
Before we got to the Spanish border, our train stopped and we had a half-hour delay due to electricall difficulties, which resulted in our missing the next train connection. It all worked out OK in the end, but we didn't get to Barcelona until 10 pm. After checking into our hotel, we headed out for ...
... through or hang on to if you slipped.
I was rewarded with fabulous views and was well worth the hike. It was also quite hot walking up the mountain or rock.
I then descended and made my way back to the car to drive home.Upon return home I sat and had a beer with Eugene and then sat and watched Voice of Holland. I then had some dinner and went to bed.
After breakfast we set off for the day to Calpe which is 15kms from Jalon.
Calpe, is a coastal town located in the comarca of Marina Alta, in the province of Alicante. The town is located 67 km from the city of Alicante, lying at the foot of the Natural Park of Penyal d'Ifac. The economy of Calpe ...
... not much bigger than a matchbox, but it is transport none the less. So to familiarise ourselves with the car and getting used to driving on the other side of the road we took a small drive to Benissa.
We parked the car and walked around the village for a few hours.
Benissa is a small town in Spain in ...