Travel Blogs from Torreblanca
Tuesday 1st April 2014
It is necessary to move a little further north, if we are to avoid having too great a distance to travel for the Tunnel.
So, today, we are leaving Altea.
Our English neighbour, Alan, is leaving too, he is heading home after almost six months here!
Alan is a regular visitor, ...
... which would take us very near our next stop, Camping Ribamar just outside Alcocebre by lunchtime. The motorway seemed very quiet to us compared to those in the UK and the quality is excellent, in respect of surface, design and signage. For the most part, we do not begrudge paying the tolls in Europe since we arrive at our destination less stressed and make good progress travel-wise, using the service areas as comfort stops as necessary. On ...
... evening meal, for himself and his wife.When commenting on Campsites, or Aires, people often remark on things like traffic noise, church bells, etc.
Well, let me tell you, a Donkey in the field next to the campsite is a big turn off.
They make an incredibly annoying noise!
You have been ...
... but it has happened (ie Kathleen buying lunch) and you missed it!, maybe next time.
We cycle back to the site in laid back mood, amusing ourselves by seeing who can cycle up the small hills along the way in the highest gear. Kathleen is in a particularly carefree mood, not sure what has caused that, is it spending her money?, or the lunch time ...
... of icecream, cream etc etc. The waitress actually sings "happy birthday" to me when she brings it, even although it is not my birthday of course.
After lunch we spend the afternoon at the beach, it is a hard life.
Only two mentions of Liptons tea bags, but then again, we had only one cup of tea ...