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After our visit to the beach at Rodalquilar and breakfast. A stunning spot we headed to Mojacar and then to Vera and up via the motorway to Totana just north of Lorca to a private Aire LaRoses told us about. It's nestled in the orange groves with olives in front of us. Might be cold later but for now it's ...
... the honey bees feeding on the wild rosemary (not like in the UK when there is always the sound of distant traffic, planes and trains).
I have had my motorbike out and wobbled my way along narrow dirt roads into the heart of the park, and for once I really enjoyed it. I shall be very sorry to leave and the temptation to stay longer is strong but I want to explore all of Spain - so tomorrow I drive down to the coast for a few days.
... who knew needing a place to stay to take an exam would turn out so well!
Classes started this week, so I am looking forward to officially deciding on my courses and meeting more locals now! I am friends with a few people from Murcia, including my 'buddy," a girl from UM available to answer questions I may have about the university or Murcia in general, and who has shown me around a bit.
Well, until later friends!
Once we arrived I got to see my grandparents for the first time in forever, its really good to be here and get to visit! We had a pretty relaxed day, we went out for lunch to a local Spanish place which had menu of the day. It was really good, we had a starter of salad, bread and aioli. Then I had vegetables for the second course, then fish and chips and then tiramisu! It was delicious and loads of food! It was really cheap too ...
Well well well, what a surprise Ken had install for us today! After having a restless night, we got up, cleaned, packed up and headed for Murcia. Put the coordinates of Murcia into Ken and away we went. It became obvious that we were back tracking because all of a sudden the Med was behind us. I grabbed our trusty map to see where Ken was taking us and it was obvious he was taking us inland instead of via the coast road. Ahhh what the hell, we had started that way, we will just keep ...