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Tuesday 1st April 2014
It is necessary to move a little further north, if we are to avoid having too great a distance to travel for the Tunnel.
So, today, we are leaving Altea.
Our English neighbour, Alan, is leaving too, he is heading home after almost six months here!
Alan is a regular visitor, ...
... evening meal, for himself and his wife.When commenting on Campsites, or Aires, people often remark on things like traffic noise, church bells, etc.
Well, let me tell you, a Donkey in the field next to the campsite is a big turn off.
They make an incredibly annoying noise!
You have been ...
... mountainous region - the highest peak is over 6,000 feet – where olives and almonds are grown in drystone walled terraces dating back to the Moorish occupation. But there are much older relics of settlement, in the form of 10,000-year-old rock paintings showing scenes of men hunting with spears and bows and arrows.
At the heart of the Maestrat is Morella, one of those spectacular Spanish ...
... but it has happened (ie Kathleen buying lunch) and you missed it!, maybe next time.
We cycle back to the site in laid back mood, amusing ourselves by seeing who can cycle up the small hills along the way in the highest gear. Kathleen is in a particularly carefree mood, not sure what has caused that, is it spending her money?, or the lunch time ...
Playa Tropicana – Alcossebre (Castellon) , continued
We get ourselves out on our bicycles before it becomes too hot. It is in my mind to try cycling along the coast on minor roads / tracks to Peniscola, which according to my calculations is about ten miles north of where we are.