NH Amistad Murcia
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... who knew needing a place to stay to take an exam would turn out so well!
Classes started this week, so I am looking forward to officially deciding on my courses and meeting more locals now! I am friends with a few people from Murcia, including my 'buddy," a girl from UM available to answer questions I may have about the university or Murcia in general, and who has shown me around a bit.
Well, until later friends!
... Italy, we got food and drinks for 4 of us for less than 40 euros, which was what just me and ben paid for one course in Rome!
After lunch we went and visited some more of my relatives who I also hadn't seen for a long time so that was very nice. Then we went for a walk along the sea front at Santiago de la Ribera along the mar manor where I learnt to sail years ago. The mar menor is a big lake, but its really part of the sea with a spit of ...
... thought he was gorgeous. A couple of ladies pulled up in their car and sat there and just laughed at me but I just gave them a big wave and smile which they returned. Having been dragged back into Fifi we continued our journey and wow, seriously spectacular. Within approximately 15kms we were out of the snow and mountains to what can only be described as Spain's Miniature Grand Canyon. Could this drive get any better. There were homes built into the mountains and just ...
... La Zenia. Soooo, the three of us and Peers and Norman (neighbours), got into a car and went the 5 or so miles to this beautiful sandy beach. We parked up easily then walked a few hundred yards to the beach and we were absolutely BLOWN WAY when we saw the beach...
It was covered in Red and White, as there were so many people on the beach and they were, pretty well all, dressed ...
... which you can walk too. There must have been a port below but its gone. It must be a place that has always been fortified, the views were endless and it overlooked the access to many ports along this coast. Empty Officers mess, cleaned out bomb storage, eerie black shadow paintings of all types of navy vessels from the world inlcuding the UK in the look outs all made for an interesting afternoon, and we got there by scooter, Bob's 250 piaggo. Fantastic and scary at the same time......