Hotel Jaime I
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... and Collie Buddz were there to name a few, but I went on the final night and watched Inner Circle (Bad boys, bad boys, watcha gonna' do) and later, Lauryn Hill (from The Fugees.)
It was my first experience camping, and it was hilarious. Firstly trying to find a spot to pop up my tent, and then laying whatever sheets I had at home down to try and make it remotely comfortable! The ground was very dry, the weather very hot, so it made for an easy first night in ...
Leaving the hills behind, we head for the Valencian coast and our last stop before our arrival at our apartment. We have decided to stop at Benicassim. I know nothing about the place, other than that there is a huge music festival there every year... but not when we are passing through. We are not expecting very much... The nearest I have been to one of these types of music festival is glimpses of rain and tents in muddy fields ...
... 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">In the evening, we joined the Bonterrapark crowd at a joint in town where a live band was playing which turned out to be pretty much the same band we had last Saturday night elsewhere; the funny thing was, when we walked into this bar there was an old spaniard sitting on a stool with a little dog in his arms - he didn't look a day under seventy, short and wiry he was. About an hour later as we were on our second vino, he ...
... in between festivals!
One day we cycled up the Via Verde to the next village, Oropesa, about 6km away and sat on a terrace drinking coffee for a few hours chatting to a couple of guys from Staffordshire who designed and made puppets! Not little puppets but big puppets....in fact, they had sent three over to Picton in NZ to a puppeteer who used to work with them....about Ł1,000 each....and true to NZ customs, they had to make them with ...
... city square, which was starting to fill up with tourists, lunch goers and pigeons.
We continued to wander the streets, till we got to the large city park. Spanich families were entertaining their children on the swings – children Ethan's age were playing soccer, their skills amazing.
We caught the bus back to the ship for an afternoon ...