El Paraiso Hotel
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... of what we guessed to be chicken farms, long sheds with large silos but it was hard to tell if they were still working. And further still was the abandoned military camp, set up before the second world war but not used greatly. The buildings were falling down but the roads winding up the hills remain and are used to access the radio and television towers. The hills surrounding the valley are harshly beautiful - rocky and jagged and covered with dry country ...
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 ...
... odd BMW or Ducatti. Most of the time they would just stand around and talk about them, in their loud booming Germanic voices, but occasionally a few of them would pluck up courage and go out for a ride. The guy opposite had a very smart bike, but it never moved in the ten days we were there.
Also very prevalent at this site are cyclists. In fact we felt the odd ones out! There were two English caravans further up ...
... were so very excited We finished the day by going to a local restaurant called Dulci Casa, a 3 course meal and a bottle of wine for 2 was only 32 euros, the food was superb as was the service, the staff remembered David and me from last year. We all had a really enjoyable evening lots of fun and laughs. So early get up the next day to get Jeremy snd Wendy to the airport for 10am so we left by 8am, a super weekend with lots of lovely ...
... we did at the beginning of our time here in Spain as the blossom was now coming out on the almond trees, sure enough we weren't disappointed and also due to the rain we have had through the last few nights the water reservoirs were more full than before. After our walk we returned to Diegos for a coffee and tapas before another walk along Vera Playa which we both enjoyed so much with the warm sun and breeze. Loving life in ...