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... of a moth flying in, nevertheless we're quite shocked by the discovery.
Moved further north and anchored in a very pleasant bay. Got a lovely sail in.
Friday 26 June
Left the anchorage,
which was very peaceful, and headed for Cartegena. In the afternoon wandered around the town, which is rather pleasant.
In the evening, just by the marina a stage was assembled and a DJ and band played until
the early hours of the ...
You probably wouldn't go to Crevillent just to visit the town, its away from the coast so less busy, is a centre for carpet manufacture, is not too far from a good climbing crag, but does have a very good campsite and you can use the large swimming pool that is part of the hotel. Yes - when its over 30C most days its important to have somewhere to cool down. This was our base for a few days before we headed up to Alicante for the Hogueras (Bonfires of Fiesta de San ...
... easier routes before it became to hot and we headed back down and out to the coast again.
Pilar de la Horadada is another developed area of the coast but at least most of the properties are individual houses and it does have some nice small beaches. So after a couple of days climbing it was time to chillout on the beach, or by the pool back at the campsite.
... after our lunch break which kept the tempurature down a lot.
By the time we were heading back to camp in El Berro we could see a thundrstorm approching from the south west. This cooled things down considerably in the evening. We are experiencing a big daily range from 15C in the mornings and evenings to plus 30C during the day.
... seeking two years ago after travelling through the bustling, high-rise Costas. A British traveller advised us we would need to go inland and this little sleepy backwater must be about 15 miles as the crow flies from the Med. Anyhow, to bring our readers up-to-date, we left Alcossebre last Tuesday after saying farewell to neighbours who for a change were not from The Netherlands but Germany. Thankfully for us they all spoke a degree ...