Hotel El Churra
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We left Alquerias around 10 and it was a superb stopover right in the heart of lemon groves exactly the type of Spain I'm trying to find. I don't want Irish pubs sure didn't i own one for long enough. We found our way to a nearby market at Torraguera and tried my best to buy a pair of sandals made in spain by spanish people but sadly we had to surrender and settle for beautiful cherry tomatoes and early spuds.
After that disappointment onwards for the coast and Santiago de ...
... who has an apartment there and drove us around to a quick 1 hour tour of some of the main parts of the town and surrounds. Again at this stage i could paste in my words but too built up for my taste so after saying a mini farewell we headed out to Alquerias which is a bit inland and close to Murcia. THis site is in my book and run by a Spaniard and all facilities are top ...
... containing evidence from early settlers in the bronze age to the Romans. A few school tours were making the visit. Well worth a look.
After that I headed to ELX or ELCHE as it’s also called, a few kilometres south of Alicante airport I thought I’d go the campsite in my guide and carry out a few domestic chores! Unfortunately I could not find it despite 3 attempts at LAT/LON on Satnav and 2 attempts just plain reading old ...
... we encountered after hiking for a bit. The water was a pure, beautiful, turquoise, and it felt great as well. We basically had to scramble down the mountainside to reach the lake, though it was well worth it. And I sure got my exercise for the week, as we ran basically the whole way back to the train station to catch the last train to Murcia!
Well, thats it friends! Stay tuned for hearing about a much anticipated trip to Santiago de Compostela! ...
... Carcasonne. We finally made it to Gibraltar the other day. Pretty "interesting" concept going on down there. The kids loved the apes. The rock was a bit of a terrifying drive for those who aren't fond of heights. Very cool to see Africa from there. The war tunnels are amazing. I'll upload more pictures as it won't let me do it from my phone right now. Ciao for ...