Hotel Alfonso XIII
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Seemingly forever battling with the work/living/happiness ratio thus far, continually searching for job satisfaction, continually being told not to expect so much; I have trundled on regardless through several career changes, two degrees, one business venture yet never staying in a job more than 14 months in 20 years.
But with teaching its different, I love it! I have discovered that job satisfaction does exist but that it ...
We did however get to experience places other than those owned by our fellow countrymen including a Danish owned restaurant (offering full English breakfast), a German owned bar at the coast (serving a nice cold Veltins), a Chinese owned restaurant (great value with a set meal for four costing €35.90 including two bottles of wine) and I think it might even have been a Spanish team that ran an excellent restaurant in the local town of ...
This is a much overdue update, I'm afraid, but we've been busily enjoying the in-port lifestyle: exploring our new town, meeting other yachties, visiting the local supermarkets, watching the thunderstorms overhead.
After Garrucha we spent one night in a horribly roll-ey anchorage, neither of us getting much sleep at all, but it did offer one last opportunity for a swim before we were got to our marina, where we'd have six ...
... of the very few Ex-Pat residents there. Their very occasional zimmerframed and white-haired wanderings around the complex just adding to the zombiehood.
We had a lovely dinner that first Sunday and I felt so lucky that day, singing in the shower, getting ready to be picked up and driven out there to be cooked for. Added to the perfect picture was that I was being driven there by the Dude of the group. Jack is half Brummie, half Murcian and bilingual as a result. He is a ...
... point where less than 3% of the
animals on the planet are actually wild animals.
Moving further into Spain some observations:
The bigger towns have an industrial look about
them, even the coastal resort towns,
A lot of industrial buildings, apartments,
houses are abandoned or not completed,
Not as many people own dogs in Spain as France which
equals less dog ***** ...