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... through or hang on to if you slipped.
I was rewarded with fabulous views and was well worth the hike. It was also quite hot walking up the mountain or rock.
I then descended and made my way back to the car to drive home.Upon return home I sat and had a beer with Eugene and then sat and watched Voice of Holland. I then had some dinner and went to bed.
... for the train to Benidorm I suggested we get some bottled water if we were going to hike...dah, yes, a good idea!
We left the tram at Costera Pastor and walked toward the water. Soon we were at the harbor and found a lovely promenade going north. After a while the pathway narrowed and we had to climb a steep stairway, walking onto a higher ridge above the ...
... catches for the day and then saw the fish market in full swing. Have never seen so many differnt types of fish at one time. The market is on every day.
Every restaurant on the boulevard had fish dishes as their main cuisine (obviously).
Once I finished my walk I went back to the beach and as ...
... snack were the solar boat docks during the season.
Finally we continued on through a rougher part of the trail...forging one stream via some stepping stones until we were on the long uphill climb back to Beriardá.
Of course the walk is never complete without a stop for a cool drink and a little more conversation.
We enjoyed seeing Guadalest from a new direction!
... I usually wouldn't swim in the beach if I was sober because it was all full of rocks and heaps of seaweed moss growing everywhere but we seemed to have a lot of fun anyway! Then we decided to play a game of rugby on the sand haha I recall having many mouthfuls full of sand after trying to tackle people. Woke up when the sun was rising and looked out of our tent, saw the most amazing sunrise yet!! It was so so gorgeous. Sarah woke up and saw it too.