Hotel de Naturaleza Rodalquilar
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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... so Mark could get his history fix (look at the pictures, he’s in heaven!!). Penny didn’t cope too well, temp hit 32 degrees today, not a cloud in the sky, but she managed not to get heatstroke, just moan a lot.
Tapas for lunch, €14 including two drinks each, can that be right??
Managed an hour on the beach before it got dark and then had a nice bbq’d pizza for dinner, sat on the beach watching the waves crashing in. Oh what a ...
... or where to stay,my only requisite was AIRCON ! Asking at the local bar we literally discovered our oasis in the desert "Los Albardinales" 6 secluded cottages , aircon , luscious pool, surrounded by mountains. The desert of Tabernas has an exceptional micro climate with more than 3000 hours of sun a year.
The owner's son Raphael , took personal care of all our needs,including ...
... and before we leave Puerto Pollenca tomorrow, I hope to sort out the final details.
I do hope that when she arrives in the next world she wastes no time in finding me. After all, I will probably have been hanging around waiting for her for something like fifty to sixty years.
... should charge people a fare for an all up weight, that includes themselves and their luggage. However, in the last few days, I have started to doubt the wisdom of such a policy, as the effects of our current lifestyle start to manifest themselves.
After a brisk morning walk, we return to our unit and prepare a modest breakfast of cereal and fruit, followed by eggs, bacon, sausage, tomato and freshly baked bread. This is followed not long after by lunch, which consists of ...
... the least. Nevertheless, nostalgia overcame fear and I took the plunge this morning. Actually, plunge is a slight exaggeration, as it took me about twenty minutes of 'acclimatisation' to even get the water level past my essentials. Once past there though, there seemed little point in not going the whole hog, so to speak.