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... to go ahead and start working my way back, checking out some of those towns I missed along the way. 1276. A Farm Town With a Skyscraper (Spain 080) El Ejido, June 23, 2012, Day 103 5 hours, 9.8 kms Day 103 Total: 11 hours, 17.4 kms My first stop is El Ejido, a sizeable town smack in the heart of the greenhouse district. One thing that caught my attention heading east yesterday was a tall skyscraper in the middle of this town (which means “collective farm” in ...
... sleeps. So what a relief that the solution was easy
The next incident occurred when I extended my stay at this site. Unfortunately my pitch was booked for someone else and so I had to move the van a short distance to a new pitch. I didn't bother to put stuff away because I wasn't going far and certainly wasn't going fast, but when I came to settle in to the new pitch I found my electric toothbrush had bounced of the counter next to the basin and landed head first in ...
... pieces of pork, in a spicy sauce, with a few chips (or patatas fritas, I suppose I should say).
On the way back, we linger to explore the exterior of, the restored, Castillo Santa Ana, the inside of which we visited a few days ago.
Tuesday 11th March 2014
We decide to having a restful day, sitting in the sun.
Part way through the day, one of our (few) English neighbours (John) begins moving his caravan. I subsequently discover, he has sold the existing caravan to one of the site cleaners, and bought another from some other English chap, onsite.
Kathleen soon interrogates them and we learn, John and his wife are residents in Spain, they live inland, near Granada, and keep a caravan ...
... of the day, an excellent mixed grill. I will have to return for the steak, next Sunday.
This is Kathleen with her, after lunch, quadruple Cointreau, this after consuming a beer, and half a bottle of wine, drunk in charge of a bicycle again I suspect.
Monday 10th March 2014
We decide to ...