Hotel Playa Grande
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Tuesday 23 June
We wanted to take advantage of the wind so left Motril fairly early in the morning. The
wind was quite strong – at times blowing F6 but at least on the bum. Got some pretty good sailing and surfing in at times as the swell picked up to around 1.5m.
On the way I saw 2 whales and we had a few dolphins play with the bow wave for a short
Today we left the Costa del Sol and entered the Costa del Blanco – ...
... after our lunch break which kept the tempurature down a lot.
By the time we were heading back to camp in El Berro we could see a thundrstorm approching from the south west. This cooled things down considerably in the evening. We are experiencing a big daily range from 15C in the mornings and evenings to plus 30C during the day.
... seeking two years ago after travelling through the bustling, high-rise Costas. A British traveller advised us we would need to go inland and this little sleepy backwater must be about 15 miles as the crow flies from the Med. Anyhow, to bring our readers up-to-date, we left Alcossebre last Tuesday after saying farewell to neighbours who for a change were not from The Netherlands but Germany. Thankfully for us they all spoke a degree ...
... earlier than planned and off we toddled to get spruced up. We had a lovely evening meal, mixed table of 8 tonight. They ranged from, retired, to artist and banker. All different backgrounds and was very interesting conversation. The couple at the side of us were from Lincoln, small world. My favourite bit of the conversation was when he was telling us what he remembered from the war. He lived in Scunthorpe and he was particularly upset ...
... which was the saltiest sea I've ever swam in. I can't say that you couldn't sink so don't try that but you have a good chance. It was warm and absolutely salty full of minerals......my skin was reasonably perfect before today but its now 100%.There is a big construction project on the go by my friends, Ferrovial Agroman a picture I must include.
We're now I think west of Cartagena in a small suburb. We've had the barbecue and sun is gone down so enjoy the few pictures from ...