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... chair shop on the way so spent quite a bit of time there before a rather indifferent but alternative lunch with a German twist. I imagine it caters for the hoards of Dutch and German occupants of the surrounding flats and camps. Quite glad to leave as far too near ...
Yes, we were here once before last fall. Lars and I booked a two week stay in late September. It was meant to be a healthy gift to each other in celebration of our first wedding anniversary and our birthday with are only a few days apart.
If you look back I think you find an entry around that time.
Unfortunately we had to leave for business reasons after only one week so we "banked" the second week to use in 2015. ...
... of a plant called Neptune Grass which only grows under the Mediterranean. Then a couple of days ago both the 'hairy balls' and the jellyfish all disappeared and the beach is pristine.
Back at the Shanty Town Site I have been having problems with the water, there is a tap on my pitch so I can keep my tank filled up but the water is not only extremely hard but also brackish and it produces a substantial quantity of disgusting ...
... of the small resort of Denia, which in turn is about 20 miles north of Benidorm. Here I saw my first oranges on trees!! In all my travels I don't think I have ever seen oranges on trees and they look lovely. I also got to dip my toe in the beautiful blue Mediterranean, though if I am being honest I was wearing thermal underwear, padded trousers, two sweaters and some heavy boots at the time. The temperature is around 15 degrees but there is a rather ...
... and chocolate for breakfast which was delicious! There was a museum of the history of chocolate making and of that particular factory. After they had shown us around there we were allowed to walk through the factory but there wasn't too much to see in there. After that we went into the factory's chocolate shop where there were free samples (yummy!!) and we bought some chocolate that was made there. We got lunch on the way home which was another traditional ...