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What an interesting and surprising little place this is!.
We really had only thought of this place as a stop-over rest and recouperation before our main stop but are now finding daily what a lovely little place and community this is.
Everyone is so friendly with a mixture of nationalities. Some are here for the whole winter and we are beginning to wonder why anyone needs to travel further if the sun is here then stay and enjoy ...
Octubre 26th a Novembre 1st 2012
Benicassim. A beach resort north of Valencia
Señor has told me that my reporting is lacking balance and that I've been giving a less than favourable impression of Spain. I politely tell him to push off and explain that I can only report what is said - or should I say 'may have been said; mentioned briefly in passing etc'. Benicassim is beautiful, a resort used mainly by the spanish, it is well kept and the ...
... crazy, multi talented master of surrealism who gave the town of his birth this legacy.
If Figueres is a dump, then this place is the pits. The camp site is separated from the beach by a busy main road then the railway track. Walking for me is hazardous and the sooner we leave the better. The campsite is one of the closest to Barcelona - the reason for the visit. Whilst Señora has previously visited Barcelona, Señor hasn't. The stay ...
... get, he said by about 9-10 am, people start walking around and talking and then it gets really hot so it’s pretty hard after that. It was 7 am already!
Standouts during the festival were: Example, Dizee Rascal, Marco Swaltz, Crystal Castles, Bob Dylan. Bob Dylan was amazing for a 72 year old!
Overall, great festival with good music and great atmosphere, and it was awesome to be able to spend more time with Krysia and ...
... to the tourists. Once again there are a lot of Dutch people here but most of them are here for an overnight stay and will be moving on in the morning, just like us.
We had a lovely conversation with the people parked next door to us, they have been coming to Spain for the last ten years and are very sad with all the changes. We are still enjoying the country very much and will be continuing our journey tomorrow. Inland this time to a town called Cuenca. See you there.