Ibis Alicante Elche
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Quite a lazy day. Arrived early in the morning. Had a walk through the very pretty town and then went back to the ship for lunch. After Lunch went back ashore but it was Siesta and only the duty free shops were open so purchased our duty frees and just went back to the ship to get ready for dinner. It was tropical party night on the ship. Went out on deck for that and then down to Harlequin's for a few dances. Then late night buffet and back to the ...
... 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.
... were headed to Vic! A train monitor entered our car and checked everyones tickets to see if they were valid. To our surprise our tickets were incorrect. The man made us pay 6 euros each. Which i was not very happy about. But in the end we made it safe and sound to Vic. Were I finally got to meet up with my friend Anna Garriga, a former exchange student about 2 years ago. We quickly picked up where we left off as we sat in a small café and had a lemon beer. It was so neat ...
... for. Everything from the whole range of greens to dry stuff in the lee side of the mountains to snow everywhere and the sun shone all day! One of the reasons we headed away from the coast was the endless rain and as soon as we crossed over the range yesterday we've had nothing but sunshine!
Some of the tunnels were the modern bored out versions and some were the old blasted ones - at time there were tunnels only ...
... no, we still had to catch another finicular railway up a nearly 90 degree cliff to get to the start of our walk. At least this one was not dangling helplessly above the ground, if the cable snapped here we would just slide speedily off the side of the mountain.
Anyway enough about what scared the **** out of me and more of the amazing walk and views we had cometo see. So it was an hours walk from where we left the fanicular along a steady ...