Travel Blogs from El Campello
... not to be adventurous and only walked through the tunnel and then saw that the rest of the climb was a bit too ardous for my liking and I was not going to risk anything.
The views I saw from this tunnel was amazing. Panoramic views of all of Calpe from one coastline to the left and right. The tunnel was also a bit slippery but thank god they had a rope which you could usse to ...
This morning Lars promised a surprise but suggested I wear my walking shoes...so of course there wasn't too much suspense, just the guess at possible destinations.
When we left the house we headed to the tram...going toward El Campello and Benidorm, so our walking track would be somewhere to the north.
As most of you know Lars really isn't a planner, so as ...
... visual feature of the Mediterranean coastline. Historically it was known to the Phoenicians as the Northern Rock, to distinguish it from its southern counterpart, the Rock of Gibraltar.There were only 8 people on this cruise, 2 aussies (Mary and I) and the other 6 were Dutchies. We cruised around ...
... br> Being Stuck!
Margo often says: “Don’t love things that can’t love you back”. She is so right.
Margo and Lars have collected lots of “stuff” all our lives.
We had three houses and a lot of unnecessary things that we thought we loved. However when our houses become full of unnecessary stuff that did not loved us back, we made some life changing decisions.
We did it step by step, as ...
... there is a new tram line opening next week so we won't need to drive to this market to purchase our veggies!
But what does that have to do with cheese you ask? Well, one of the main problems I've had with Lars is his taste for cheese. He wants it for breakfast on his knäckebröd, or for lunch on a smörgås, or any time he's hungry for a snack on the run.
I've been reading more and more about the harm dairy ...
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