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We had a nice quiet weekend, and we spent most of our time preparing for our upcoming travels. On Saturday we cooked ourselves Carbonara for dinner, then went out for dessert and had some of the most amazing crepes, Jess' with chocolate and coconut and mine with chocolate and banana. Yesterday we were so engrossed in preparations that we didn't even get out for lunch until after 2pm, so we went down to the port which we hadn't been to yet, visited the ...
... Spanish Tortilla. It turns out that a tortilla was, and is, the name of a thick round omelette, but when Spaniards conquered Mexico they named the thin flat bread after the thick round omelette. Anyway I'm not usually a big fan of omelette but this was very nice! This morning I went to get some dry cleaning done. I'd needed to dry clean my suit since I fell over in the mud in Mongolia, but until now we've always had more pressing things to attend to. I had ...
... green, so it was quite stressful for day 2 on an unfamiliar bike on unfamiliar roads! Once arriving at Race Motos, I managed to communicate the difficulty in connecting the USB ports to the relay and the relay to the battery, was that the battery is under the fuel tank, and the fuel tank needs to be removed. On top of that, we need the bike to get back to Javia to sleep that day. He understood, and said he would get it done by 8pm. 8pm! It looked like ...
... dinner we went out to a restaurant called La Fontana, which is right on the beach. We started with this amazing warm bread and garlic aioli, then Jess had a tropical pizza and I had a hamburger. Both of our meals were amazing, my hamburger was served open with roast capsicum, fried onion, medium rare beef, a slice of really good cheese, and a side of chips. Jess' pizza was so big it took up most of the table. We were so full afterwards that we didn't even want ...
... Dad bought it for me when I was in high school, so it's certainly had a good life and been to many countries and national parks! We found the shuttle bus nice and easily, and we had a lovely drive through the hills of Spain from Alicante to Javea. At one point during the drive I thought "I'll just close my eyes for a moment", and some 20 minutes later I woke up in a start with my neck sore from my head flopping around! John A's friend, Diane, picked us up from the ...
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