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... El Arenal area for campsites near to town etc. Found El Najaral eventually and booked in for a night or two - a little like camping in a builders yard - lots of gravel and caravans! Got to be said though, the Servicos were brill and the owners very welcoming and enthusiastic. Biked into El Arenal - sooo touristy and expat Brit with restaurants that have pics of their menus - not what we ...
... big lunch of fish and other delectible things that went onto the
fresh bread. Very tired from our traveling, we took a 5 hour nap and then
had left overs for dinner and cooked octopus tentacles. For dessert we had
homemade coffee flavored flan. Then, at about 12am, we went out to the
beach with Elias (my spanish brother), Sandra, and Emilio. We met up with
Elias' friend whom I hadn't seen for 8 years as well. They remembered me
and we ...
... of them with an old castle on a hill. In fact it sometimes seems as if every hill in Spain is topped with a castle! The most picturesque so far is Guadalest, with its tiny castle and village perched high on a rocky crag, overlooking a lake of extraordinary turquoise water. It's the sort of place that must be purgatory in summer, with coachloads of day-trippers from nearby Benidorm thronging the streets, and souvenir ...
Hello All- Sorry for the delayed emails, the last few days were a crazy jumble of travel and little sleep! We had a great time in Valencia, enjoyed the 30C weather, hung out on the beach, wearing flip flops and tank tops. We had a 10 Euro massage from a woman we guessed to be from Korea or Vietnam....it was just what we needed. There is an air in Spain, a sense of enjoying life in a way that many other cultures don't. We spent nights on the plazas, surrounded by old ...
... a train for Bunol the town where the annual La Tomatina festival is held. It is a tiny town with narrow streets but swells every year to approximately 30,000 people all very excited about smashing others faces full of tomato. Ater an hour of throwing tomatoes (and drinking beer) we were covered with tomato and Clive was a little lighter having lost his wallet in the midst of tons of tomatoes - not the nicest way to finish but after cancelling a few cards he moved ...