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... br> but a lot less resorts.
Wednesday 24 June
This morning we found a caterpillar had been munching happily on our basil plant.
Thankfully it hadn't eaten all of the best leaves.
Today we completed a fairly long passage as time is ticking away.
Thursday 25 June
This morning we found our basil plant “Bazza” was totally consumed by three fat caterpillars. Not sure whether they came with the plant or were ...
... They are everywhere... even when the only real option is to go straight on!
In a lot of towns they take great pride in their rotunda with displays of trees, art, vintage construction vehicles and naval equipment. If we had more time we could start a book to catalogue all the different ones and research the histories behind them, but that can wait until next time.....
The more complicated roundabouts even confuses the SatNav. This has warned us on a couple ...
... easier routes before it became to hot and we headed back down and out to the coast again.
Pilar de la Horadada is another developed area of the coast but at least most of the properties are individual houses and it does have some nice small beaches. So after a couple of days climbing it was time to chillout on the beach, or by the pool back at the campsite.
... campsite and village with lots of walking, cycling and climbing options nearby.
The crag at Mula is up by a dam to the north of the town in a very picturesque area. We were not sure how much climbing we would get done due to the heat as all the climbs are south facing. However we managed a good number as there was a bit more ...
... Angela checked us in. The place seemed quite lively and busy with families but she assured us that come the evening it would become peaceful since it was a public holiday weekend, and it did. The site is laid out with pitches on terraces, some with shade from trees and/or net covered canopies and we selected one of the latter which eliminated the need for the awning. Yes, it does look quite cosy nestled between two permanent ...