Rio Piedras Apartments
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... but being expensive and very few cheap flights it's now out of the question.
Plan F, South of France which is still an option.
So many places to choose from but need to take into account facilities, DIY
friendliness, getting there incl. Fares, and security etc.
So at the moment we're going for D but have F as a back up.
We always said end of June would be our deciding point.
Tuesday 30 June
Left the anchorage
and took the 10am bridge. Wind ...
Tuesday 23 June
We wanted to take advantage of the wind so left Motril fairly early in the morning. The
wind was quite strong – at times blowing F6 but at least on the bum. Got some pretty good sailing and surfing in at times as the swell picked up to around 1.5m.
On the way I saw 2 whales and we had a few dolphins play with the bow wave for a short
Today we left the Costa del Sol and entered the Costa del Blanco – ...
Hoy, fui a Isla de Tabarca, una isla Mediterránea. Sólo 68 personas viven allí. Tabarca es un hermoso pueblo de pescadores con playas increíbles. Mucha gente cree que Santo Paulo ha visitado allí. Después de llegué, caminé por toda la isla. Las casas eran pintorescas. Antes de mi viaje, he leído que tienen excelentes pescados y mariscos. Me decidí a comer a un restaurante, y no me decepcionó. Inicialmente, yo estaba escéptico comer pulpo. Sin embargo, era delicioso. Les dije a ...
... that we are approaching one with multiple exits far in excess of what actually exists. The current record is 23 exits! This is usually caused by the junction having service roads, tracks into fields and flyovers, as well as the main roads.
You also get the occasional vendor on a roundabout usually selling their home grown produce of fruit and vegetables. However we have also seen a few lone young ladies sat at the roundabout with apparently nothing to ...
... easier routes before it became to hot and we headed back down and out to the coast again.
Pilar de la Horadada is another developed area of the coast but at least most of the properties are individual houses and it does have some nice small beaches. So after a couple of days climbing it was time to chillout on the beach, or by the pool back at the campsite.