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... and then ascertained it was okay to do a drive by and drop off bags. Not that that was a simple feat. Pictures of typical road widths to come in a later blog. We also arrived early enough to climb to the top of the hill and wander the ruins of the castle. For all you fit people this may seem minor but for some a climb of about 120-130 meters ( direct vertical) is a regular days activity. I am however finding it slowly easier. My heart rate returns ...
... to help some more children with their English. My first two pupils were Tania and Christina followed by Andreu and Juanca (Sorry but I had a problem with this name!) These children were in year 6 and their English was very good but they had a few problems with pronunciation of certain words which we helped to improve. After a very enjoyable 2 hours it was time for home.
Wednesday 27th. Brian and Jackie left for home today and took the ...
... eat and get to know one another better. I sat at a table with 5 other members of the group, including Michael, the professor. I really enjoyed talking with them over a leisurely lunch. Seems like each member of our group has interesting things to tell the rest of us. The bocadillo (kind of like an Italian sandwich) that I had with me was delicious and the fresh olives, shrimp cooked in olive oil, and grilled vegetables ...
Playa Tropicana – Alcossebre (Castellon), continued
We have a gentle cycle along the coast, as far as the lighthouse north of Alcossebre, and a nose around the marina, The marina is unusual in that whilst is does have a few bars and eating places, open to the public, it is mostly closed to the public and reserved for boat users.
... three miles are easy going, along paved roads and paths, but then (after the lighthouse to the north of Alcossebre), it becomes a fairly rough track, more suited to a mountain bike really, plus it is very up and down.
We pass the other camp site from the ACSI book (Ribamar - 1560), not a good bet ...