Inter-Hotel de l'Ocean
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- Free parking
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Once we'd managed to recover from our epic journey, we set off into the town to explore (and track down some supplies). It was a little cloudy at first but soon the sun began to peek through - as soon as it did it became instantly hotter, a clear indication that we were further south.
The countryside in this part of the world is utterly beautiful, almost as if part of the alpine valleys of France or Northern Italy have been plonked down on the Spanish coast. There ...
... to have a white line painted down the middle.
Her joy is short lived, we arrive at the aire to find the entrance road under two feet of water.
What to do?, it is now dark, the nearest aire we know of is another ten miles or so.
We decide to park in the deserted car park opposite the adjacent (closed) campsite and settle down to eat and sleep.
It continues to rain for most of the night.
... to play in the waves.
Meeting up with the various friends along the way has been great and has produced many memorable moments. From Keith and Penny; all the former crew of Cowrie(Mark, Emma and family); Albert and Pamela from Rambler; Brigitte and Christian; Andrea and Neil in deepest rural France; all have been so hospitable along the way and we want to say “Thank you for making us so welcome”.
The motor home is ...
... addition, when the weather was very cold, as it was today, the beret can be pulled down over the ears, toque-style, adding to its warmth. If all this functionality was not enough, the beret can be pulled down over the eyes, while on a long, tedious bus or airplane ride, allowing the fortunate wearer to shut out the world and get some sleep. What a remarkable device; worth the trip to France to discover.
Soon we ventured back out onto the summit ...
... English word her knew! Tony sat outside while I went inside and ordered- he chatted away with a lovely old local gentlemen- Tony in English and he in Spanish, but they seemed to understand each other! Inside were about 5 old local gentlemen, sitting up at the bar, enjoying a glass of red and some local fare! Gorgeous! They were very polite to me and tried to help me select the best food! We ended up with a plate full of delicious food ...