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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... slogging the road. The lovely Mexican girls with smiley faces in the streaming rain. Tiger the Irish lad with his non stop chatter made the kilometres fly by. Sheila with her strength and stupidity breaking the pain barrier. Jimmy for coping so well with us two and, keeping her on her feet, carrying the bulk of our belongings and keeping me warm and dry. I hope the wonderful memories of this trip will keep us at home for the near future, but knowing those two I doubt ...
Shorter driving days now we're virtually in Southern Spain, so we were in Benidorm by lunch. Saw our first Big Black bull on the side of the road. There are loads around, but that’s the first we’ve seen this trip and Penny has them on her mind as she’s just been reading about the Brandy factory and the Bulls used to advertise it (think we’ll be visiting and sampling some when we get to Cadiz).
We had an early breakfast at the hotel and then Dad and I caught a taxi with Tim and his mum to the central bus station where we took a bus down to Calpe to meet the girls. In Calpe we got changed into our togs and went straight down to the beach. We spent the afternoon swimming ...
Well cruel as I may be, I cannot help smirking, the loony woman has damaged her rib! Party, party, vino, vino, dancing down the hallway, trips up and falls on table. Paracetamol and water , but not looking good for the long teck. Freddy is now dreaming of lazy days in Lisbon by the pool ...
... at school, and after that was over I got on a bus to a town called Denia. After enough people had expressed interest in the Denia trip (which my friend Ben and I started), the ISU directors took over planning and rented us a bus. It was very nice not to have to worry about getting tickets and finding the stations. We got there around 4, just at the end of siesta, so there wasn't much to do but walk around. Then at 5:15 we got in line to buy tickets for ...