Hotel La Paz
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... the 23/24 June.
We visited a good crag out at Elda which faces south east which meant we could get out there at about 4pm and climb in the shade until it got dark.
The coastal area also has a number of salt marshes and bird reserves. Managed to see some different birds including a Glossy Ibis and Whiskered Turn but was too hot and the wrong time of year to see much more.
A lot like the UK the Spanish like their ...
... by Antonia Navarro in the early twentieth century. The lot on which it sits was purchased by her father, Luis Navarro and later inherited by Antonia, his only daughter.
The custom drawings and construction management of the house was made to Murcia architect Pedro ...
... the ridges. We could see some signs of the recent rainfall, there was some erosion and a few puddles of water...generally a rare sight in this part of Spain. Eventually we came to an old ruin where we stopped for lunch. Then we finished our hike, climbing back along the side of the ridge to complete the circle and return to our cars.
It was a great way to restart our walking program. Here are some photos of the day.
... because he was driving) and I had a glass of vino tinto. Our lunch was simple and tasty. We even had the apple tart for desert.
As we were leaving, Lars told the waitress in our broken spanish that we couldn't find the restaurant name to "checkin" on Facebook (our favorite pass time). She left the table and in a few minutes the chef came out, wrote his name on a napkin and in a few minutes we ...
... and all a fine bit of exercise for me.
Luckily, the steepest part was over and the final downhill stretch was lovely and relaxed.
When we returned to our cars we drove into Castalla again and stopped in a local bar to enjoy a beer and a little more conversation.
Now I can't wait until our next hike, on Sunday. It's great to be on the trails again!