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After our visit to the beach at Rodalquilar and breakfast. A stunning spot we headed to Mojacar and then to Vera and up via the motorway to Totana just north of Lorca to a private Aire LaRoses told us about. It's nestled in the orange groves with olives in front of us. Might be cold later but for now it's ...
... bells ringing and of course every morning the cock crows. I was only going to stay three nights but ended up staying for 6 because it was so nice. I haven't done a lot but have been walking in the hills of the Regional Park and to my delight I have seen butterflies I have never seen before, a golden eagle and a herd of moufflon. When you are in the hills the feeling of tranquility is amazing. There is no noise at all apart from the ...
A 1 1/2hr drive from the coast up into the mountains passed Murcia to a small village called El Berro... Wonderful campsite high up into the mountains, lovely campsite. Today we walked 3 hrs round trip to a mountain restaurant for The Menu Del Dia, four courses, drinks and coffee £16 for two...! Thankfully Mick, Martin and Wendy knew the ...
Spanish Pyrenees, National Parks, Observations, Climate
Crossing back and forth between France and Spain we have
seen a good deal of the Pyrenees range of mountains.
The National Parks contain the best scenery, and it is some
of the best in the world, but unfortunately when these parks were established
everybody was in line for their chop. The locals still wanted to graze their
cattle, sheep, goats, ...
John managed to get stung by a bee but my nurse training came to the fore as a plucked the sting from his neck in lightning speed thus preventing any anaphylactic reaction.
Lower down the mountains, the landscape has been shaped by water and in places it looks almost lunar with deep canyons carved when there used to be rivers.
Once we started climbing again, we were back in the pine forest that would give way to limestone escarpment as we ...