Carlos III Sercotel
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... a price. Luckily, its a small price to pay, about 3 foot 9.
The two and a half hours a week I have the seven-year-old devil-children of Beginners 4, that's the price tag. There is the clammy cry-baby Juan Miguel who is in danger of actually taking out an eye with the under-wire in my bra he stands so close to me when I ask them to line up. There's Squeally Miki who gets so over excited when all hell breaks loose that he ...
... de Salinas where for a very reasonable €13.50 the three course meal included two bottles of wine for the four of us. Everything you need is here and compared to the UK things are better value and even in October the temperature was in the rather pleasant mid to high 20s - I can see the appeal for so many people especially as the beaches are close by too.
There are some hazy memories from our time with Gavin and Wendy, I think we ...
... probably no swimming at all.
Nonetheless, we were exhausted and relieved to make it to Cartagena at last the next day (quite early on, as our anchorage was only about three hours away). The sun was bright and hot, the sky blue, there were palm trees all around and there's both a museum and a concert hall right next to the marina.
We'd chosen a great week to arrive, as Cartagena was partway through its annual festival ...
... basketball player and snowboarder to boot. I honestly did not know where to look when he first met Nadia and I in Murcia in a vest. He has muscles in places I don't think most men have places.
We have also been out for a curry! Near El Dorado-geddon and the Ex-Pat enclave there is a curry house built into a warehouse. Its culturally jarring speaking English to Indians in Spain while listening to sun burnt retirees from Rotherham discuss the 'shrapnel' they will leave as ...
... to ignore,
A good deal of older people here get out for a
walk in the mornings,
Regional towns are bereft of young people,
There are fewer people touring here, where on
the other hand, France is crawling with old ***** driving camper cars,
You can’t buy decent cereal, and
Spanish women have big noses.
Initially, after leaving the Pyrenees, we headed ...