NH Amistad Murcia
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... there and screams. Cute Daniel, the artist, who is forever stealing my board pen and drawing all over the white board. Vacant Marcos who will eventually play chunky-bully-side-kick to the manipulatively good-looking psychopath in high school, his eyes occasionally flicker with life as he gives me an answer in Spanish before returning to standby mode.
Leaving the worst to last, Pablo. Pablo requires a paragraph to ...
... technical knowledge to fix the problem, I was left to come up with a work around solution! Luckily France are up on their electronics, so, in a local supermarket I invested in a 12v charger into which I can plug a USB port. Luckily the cable for my kindle has a USB port... Crisis averted. I won't be book less! I couldn't imagine doing this trip without being able to lay on the beach reading! After leaving Arles, I took a drive through the camarge to an overnight stop on ...
By Jove, was it hot here! A decent pitch with good privacy next to the shore and the sea. But the heat and humidity were high as was the number of flies! Still, a great stop over despite that. It was so hot though that we decided to move on rather than have two nights there and we planned to head to Motril. However, en route, we decided to head for Torre del Mar, we had seen this signposted before and were told it was good so we headed there. A good decision it turned out to ...
Well, that was a long and tiring journey on very busy roads. Not sure of the mileage yet though. In a huge and almost perfect campsite with many long term residents, immaculately set out and instant wifi. Superb sky at 1800 hours, cool beer and able to sit still and ...
We did however get to experience places other than those owned by our fellow countrymen including a Danish owned restaurant (offering full English breakfast), a German owned bar at the coast (serving a nice cold Veltins), a Chinese owned restaurant (great value with a set meal for four costing €35.90 including two bottles of wine) and I think it might even have been a Spanish team that ran an excellent restaurant in the local town of ...