Ibis Alicante Elche
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... was useful given our lack of Spanish. Had a dinner in our room following a visit to the super market across the road. Found a very tasty white at €1.75 for the bottle. Nearly as cheap as unleaded!!! which was €1.20 a litre on average. The bike was parked in the car park, which is next to the police station, members of which spend some time eating in the hotel restaurant and bar.
... One thing I noticed about Barcelona is the seriousness in everyone's face. Friendliness or even a polite smile was hard to find in that town. Afterwards we headed down to the train station to get to my friend Anna's house, who lives in a smaller city about an hour away, Vic. After discussing which route it was and what train it would be, we made the smart choice of wingin' it. We hopped on the train that our gut was telling us and crossed our fingers. And luckily we were ...
... has intermingled with one of the Caminos de Santiago and we had no idea until we passed it. Yesterday it was the old ruins which we saw and decided to investigate and today we sleep with a marker outside the window - mind blowing! So we simply choose to believe we were led. We hadn't planned to come this far east but when I dropped my finger on the map and said 'there' - this is where we land up. Meant to be!
... mental, the hights they climb are definately nowhere i would go.
We reached the top after an hour and it was such an amazing view and feeling to be above the clouds.
The way back down was probably the hardest part about 90% of it was steps. We chose to go a different way back which involved walking the whole way back the cable car. It was really nice through the bush but super steep and we were glad we had done it this way as some of ...
... As good as, if not better than, the original trip. I'd been to the outback, where I saw wild and wonderful creatures in their natural habitat. I'd slept at a sheep station, where it had felt as if I was seeing the night sky for the very first time. Hell, I'd even swum with manta rays!
But, unfortunately, like all good things, my walkabout had come to an end. The fat lady was singing, and in her dulcet tones I could hear the words, "Time to go ...