El Paraiso Hotel
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... 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 ...
... was once a huge deposit of alluvial silt which has fossilised then become exposed and been eroded by wind and rain. It is a land very rich in minerals and there has been a lot of mining over the centuries, both underground and, more recently, opencast.
But not enough to spoil the landscape of course, as it already looks like a huge opencast mine as a result of the work of nature! The drive over the Sierra de Gador ...
... a warm day, at least that was our excuse. We spent the afternoon in the square at Palomares where a man called Tom Lee was singing whilst everyone was joining in and dancing, a fantastic atmosphere with everyone, Jeremy and Wendy loved it singing and dancing, everyone sang happy anniversary to them as well. When Tom had finished we went to watch all the youngsters in fancy dress for the festival carnival, from babies to the older children, the costumes were great and ...
... the ramblas. Nevertheless the walk was fabulous and although it was a cloudy day the views were outstanding. We were happily walking along enjoying each other's company and there on the edge of one of the mountain paths high up was a JCB, something we didn't expect at all. After 4 hours of walking up and down paths we all went of to Turre for a well deserved coffee, another lovely day. We decided we would both return to Bedar for ...