Hospederia Castillo Papa Luna
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Found 5* campsite in Benicasim (cheaper than last stop!!), stayed 2 nights, would have stayed more but pitch not great and tree cutting a bit annoying. More like a resort, lots of Brits overwintering.
A good clean of the van and washing done, Penny now much more relaxed!!
Did a 10km bike ride along the prom, very pleasant indeed and a beautiful coastline scene.
First time in years Penny has worn shorts and ...
... so beloved of the female of the species, I am expected to "support", her in her efforts, which, in male speak means suffer alongside her.
I ask you, what fun is there in that?
For today, I have circumvented the rules, under the pretence of going for a healthy walk along the coast (2.5 miles) took her to lunch, ordered a bottle of wine before she could object.
Packing started, well, scooter loaded onto it's trailer and positioned ready for hitch-up.
... apparently, so, Kathleen will be going tomorrow morning, 09:00, too early in the morning for a glass of Red however, even by my standards.
Clocks change tonight, move forward an hour, so, lighter nights.
Monday, 23rd March 2015
Yet more rain, but, fortunately not all day long, we manage to walk to the shops to buy food, and wine, so, at least we will not starve, plus a short walk along the coast.
Our German neighbours (Anna-Lauren and Willie) were supposed to leave for home today, but, they appear to have ...
Saturday, 21st March 2015
This weather is beginning to be a pain.
Raining, well, pouring down, for the second day in a row.
The rain stops in time for us to do our 5 mile coastal walk, and, visit the Chinese Restaurant, for a very nice lunch (only 15.30Euro, or £12, three courses, plus wine, for two!).
By late afternoon, the rain is back.
Sunday, 22nd March 2015
It is a good thing Kathleen decided ...