Parador de Javea
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... washing and sleeping. The memories of the amazing Cathedral at Burgos, the never ending roads and fields of corn in Leon, the beautiful monastery in Samos, the Castle in Ponferrada, the people, food and everything about Galicia. Waking at 6 and watching the Sun come up over a different place every day. Meeting some wonderful, kind interesting people. We don't miss ...
OMG - Jumped in Taxi for trip to Airport for picking up the hire Car, 15 min trip. What we did not know Santigo fun run, not funny for us. Over an hour later arrive at Airport. Must have been the Girl on the hire Car desks first Day on the job. First wrong paperwork, next wrong Car, wrong day , wrong date. Wrong time. Finally one hour later we get Car, it is ...
... was really good, stayed a few nights at the villa they rented, found an old foam mattress i had bought previously and chopped it up to make a much improved bed from the yoga mat i had been sleeping on, sorted the speakers, made my plans as to where i was going to go after their holiday ...
... Sella and Peņon Divino. We drove through the village of Sella and then up and around the back side of our destination peaks. From the east these ridges look unclimbable but coming from the west there are some access routes that allowed us to gain the summit.
We started fairly high up, around 900 meters where we parked our cars and began to hike. The initial approach involved ascending multiple terraced levels, ...
... the sun goes down, waking up in my van and sliding open the side door to greet the morning. I enjoy being in Javea, in walking distance to a few shops, bars and the beach.
I look forward to seeing my mother who is due out soon here for holiday, and I look forward to starting my real journey further down into Andalucia and to what many see as a more authentic 'Spain', exploring new places I have never ...