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... We enjoyed a day or two relaxing on the beach and a day touring in the Hinterland where we meandered in and around the pretty pueblos blancos of Salares and Cómpeta. There was a large scorched area of hillside visible just above Cómpeta but otherwise life appeared to have returned to normal. Obviously our guests were also subjected to Flamenco Night and a couple of fun evenings in the village bars and restaurants...
... Alicante which was stiflingly hot! We got in early afternoon and left our car at the accomodation and bussed to the centre of Alicante. We walked around the centre for a couple of hours untill it was dinner time and had a nice spanish meal at a restaurant along the waterfront. (Graeme successfully talked me into getting food instead of climbing up a hill to look at a castle - so we are yet to see the castle of Alicante). By the time we had finished dinner it was time ...
... off their back" Texans. This comes from both sides of the family, and all of the people that aren't blood but may as well be. I surround myself with amazing people, if you have ever met my really good friends you know that this is true. I love my boys and Bush-Boo. I can be a very understanding person. My whole life I've been considered different, and to that I say, "Damn straight!" I wouldn't change that for anything. It has taught me to consider differences ...
... Frito, or fried fish. Located on the riverbank separating the city center from the side our hotel was on, the beauty of the river and the bridges connecting the two sides was quite a sight to see. We sat, ordered up some vino tinto, sangria, and the menú del día (two dishes, a drink, and a dessert). We ate, talked, and partied the night away.
Part two is the continuation of Sevilla on our second day there, along with our final day in Córdoba.
The town has a population of 300, but supports at least a dozen restaurants even out of season. People flock here for the trout for which it is famous throughout the region.This tiny town produces half a million kilos of trout a year from the streams and fish farms and supplies the best caviar in Spain from special sturgeon fish in the farms.
On a ...