Stella Maris- Santa Pola
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Travel Blogs from Santa Pola
This morning Lars promised a surprise but suggested I wear my walking shoes...so of course there wasn't too much suspense, just the guess at possible destinations.
When we left the house we headed to the tram...going toward El Campello and Benidorm, so our walking track would be somewhere to the north.
As most of you know Lars really isn't a planner, so as ...
... Jan share hands-on experience of motor sport but in different areas. We have enjoyed their company so have exchanged emails to keep in touch with each others travels. They, like us, have no fixed plan, just a rough idea of where they might go, do and see. Later, we met up with the Javea MacLachlan clan, brothers (John Paul and Jason) of our son-in-law, and their families who we had not seen for more than two years when ...
The name of our new home is Casa Largo Vida. We have enough room for friends and family to visit.
We sold our house in Stockholm and we are renting a small studio in the center of our favorite city Stockholm so that we can still spend time in my home town.
Margo decided to sell her house in Sarasota. She contracted a professional organizer to take care of business. The house was sold in the summer of 2013 at asking price. ...
... br> At any rate I hit balls with Pablo for about 15 minutes. My forehand is miserable but my backhand is still solid. My ultimate weakness is a high backhand volley but I'm sure with time that will return too.
On the way home I even wondered if I should try a two handed forehand while I'm recovering. Right now it's just good to hit a few balls. And there's always the prospect of some time on the beach to recuperate!
I'm B A C K!
... all of these issue unknown. We haven't been lost "too" often!
This morning we met the group in central El Campello and drove to La Villajoyosa. Just above the city there is a Norwegian community complete with a impressive sized church and a resort catering to Norsk travelers.
We parked near the church and started to climb the appropriately named "Norwegian Ridge". The first part of the hike is ...