Hotel Kaktus Albir
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Moira and Celia are at their last day of day camp. They've participated in two week long camps from 9am-2pm Monday through Friday. They have been a phenomenal experience. Last week's camp was sponsored by the Museum of Contemporary Art. The theme was "Madrid". They studied Spanish artists through the decades, chose a work to replicate, and got to know the work of the museum. ...
... and realizing lots of life’s conveniences I can actually do without. It was neat to meet the people who lived in the floors below us, and when we run into them on the elevator we chat with each other. This is one of the many "quests" the girls have been involved
in… the quest to find a day camp, the quest to find where we’re going, the quest to locate peanut butter in the supermarket, the quest to learn how recycling works. I think ...
... across it.
It was quite windy during the night, rattling the fig tree, moving furniture on the roof, and whistling through the gap in the bedroom window. It was also much cooler.
Thursday 11th June Polop to Albir, Benidorm, Villajoyosa and Finestrat
There has definitely between a weather change, with light rain in the morning, overcast skies, and quite cool, which gets rid of any thoughts about having a "beach" day.
Get going about ...
... As they sit singing and I slave away clearing up the debris from our evening meal, and, wash the dishes, I point out to her, that, in English, "Kathleen" does NOT mean "little wife".
Vibekke (pronounced a little like the English, "Rebecca", makes a living, or at least some money out of her singing, she has a website www.vokalmedisin.no, and some music / videos on YouTube.
... coastal Train
The train runs from Denia to Alicante stopping at all the cities on the Costa Blanca Coast. This was a beautiful ride through the mountains with really pretty coastal cities and towns on the sides of hills and the beautiful mountains jutting out of the ocean. The ride took a couple of hours and had many stops about half way a group of Spanish ladies probably in their 60's sat around me, they were all talking at the top of their voices, flat ...