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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 ...
... br> inside, as you can tell from the pictures. The most interesting thing on
the first floor were simple science explanations of Marvel action heros.
The third floor had lots of neat little exhibits about the human body. One
had a huge tank of water and scale you stand on. Then it fills the tank up
with how much water is in your body. Another checked your blood pressure
and had scales for what it should be, and another tested your balance on ...
... 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 ...
... and thoughts of my life and the world to take hold of my mind. I read the Spanish newspaper, articles of North Korea's nuclear tests, global warming and sub Saharans immigration to the EU topped the headlines. It seems wherever we are on this trip, the common conversation is the state of the world, of the environment, of politics, levels of violence, of religious conflict, of lack of unity, of the lack of environment sustainability...all the conversations, ideas, ...
Just came back from a work kickoff in Oliva, a beach town about one hour south of Valencia. I have never been down there before, but must say I really liked it (the little I saw). The beach was just fantastic, so I hope to go again soon since both my flatmate Vincent and work colleagues Antonio and Montse got apartments down there (hint, hint). I don't have any raving stories to tell, we just spent our ...