Hospederia Castillo Papa Luna
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... much kebab and tinto. Not even a drunk thing. My bad.
Either way in Santiago we met some great workawayers and had a lot of
fun, but then it was off to Portugal, which is where the car actually
became an issue. Driving in a foreign country is strange, but you get
used to it. What you can't get used to is driving without any idea where
you're going. So that was an issue. In Spain at least everyone else had
service but in Portugal it was back to the dark ...
... may well see him again, either later this year, or, next year when tentative plans to celebrate Malc's 70th here, have been made.
We head just under 200 miles north to Benicarlo, Camping Alegria Del Mar, (N40 25'36" E0 26'17"), an ACSI site.
First impressions, site appears to be fine, you even get a free "welcome ...
We docked at 11.45 and getting off the Ferry was really quick. We were on the road Sat Nav working flawlessly. In 3 hours on the emptiest road I have seen we were in Zaragoza. But the toll was more that €30 which probably explains the clear ...
Leave Valencia and head North (on our way slowly home now), toward Peniscola.We have chosen two possible Aires from the Spain and Portugal Aires book, La Moreras (N40 23.398’ E0 24.607’), and La Mersera (N40 23.876’ E0 24.758’), both in Peniscola, within half a mile of each other, and, both ...
... to get around the city by myself now. Its a pretty great feeling knowing how to get places and having that independence. I know where the post office is now! I just have to figure out the hours! Its not like Canada where there are many post offices all over the place.
I cant think of more to write right now...lol...so Ill just put some pictures up.
I think I might be going to Madrid next weekend so there will be stories for ...