El Paraiso Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... in that day than ever before. We got back to the apartment changed and had dinner with a couple of glasses of wine, a really lovely end to an absolutely brilliant day.
I would never have done this day if not for Bob and Sini and was treated to the best days riding I have ever had. It was immensely enjoyable and full of learning and improvement in my riding, a day like this is always good but was perfected by being in such great company. Thanks a million ...
... Three Euros and an hour of wi-fi later and I've got my emails, added to the Travel Pod blog and posted my diary on Facebook. Success at last you lucky readers!
We took a stroll around the campsite to see what we were missing and found a heated indoor swimming pool. I might be taking a splash there later if the outdoor temperature picks up enough to take a damp walk back to the van.
Rob spent the rest ...
... just cloudy and slightly humid, chance of my clothes being dry, ha yeah right, everything was damp. Yeah ok so what; well Ryan Airs strict baggage policy is what. My bag weighed 19 kg last time I went on- with damp clothes that was sure to be up. Pretty much nothing was dry- only plus is that the oil stain in my shorts seems to have gone- the dishwashing detergent trick is true.
Once full off the continental breakfast, we assessed the ...
I can tell its starting to descend which is good as should get past the dew point....takes a while and 9.5 shows on the gause...I start tickling the bottoms of the clouds... nice...amost out.....round a bend...and its clear road ahead. Waa hoo.....so off I go.....roads a bit wet still so got to keep it tame and I keep descending the curvy mountain pass the temp keeps rising and finally tops at about 16....so it's great fun after a bit but then I ...