El Paraiso Hotel
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... from UK time, then the clocks changed (not that we realised that initially), eventually we decided what the hell, we’ll just work on Mark and Penny Time (MPT, if we get that mixed up or fall out you may find it changes to PMT!!)
Up late, washing and housework morning but in the sunshine, it really does make all the difference. BBQ for lunch, burgers with onion/mushroom and salad, Mark also had Spanish omelette and a pork steak. Cooked really nice, looked and tasted ...
... houses now are owned by foreigners - French and English and there are others that have been abandoned. Some are still active farms but the decided lack of water n the area showed with the olive trees and figs looking dry and only cactus, succulents, bougainvillaea and flowering Oleander surviving. The farms ran goats which were shifted in mobs each evening around 9pm with noisy, but useless dogs and lots of shouting ( reminded me of home really!) Further up the valley ...
After our visit to the beach at Rodalquilar and breakfast. A stunning spot we headed to Mojacar and then to Vera and up via the motorway to Totana just north of Lorca to a private Aire LaRoses told us about. It's nestled in the orange groves with olives in front of us. Might be cold later but for now it's ...
... and another in the next road, who all mounted their bikes every morning, in matching helmets and yellow hi viz jackets, to disappear for the day. There are a lot of cycle routes around Roquetas and Aguadulce and of course the land is very flat.
Eventually though it was time to move on. Lesley was up to date with her washing and I had had enough of seeing old German men posing ...
... views over the town, the harbours, over the sea and the mountains.The castle is part of the coastal fortifications that can be found all along this part of the Spanish coastline. Much of the castle has been repaired to a modern standard but the many displays gave us all a flavour of its original conception and function.We ended the day back in Palomares up in the square, after a few drinks at the Oasis we went to the tapas bar where we spent the rest of the ...