Evenia Zoraida Garden
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... beach too.
Didn’t fancy the campsite dinner menu, even though it was dirt cheap, so we had another nice bbq along with all of our neighbours.
The €1 wine is going down well, we’re not quite using it to clean our teeth with too, but it’s definitely about as cheap as water.
On the bus to Almeria today for a wander round, which was quite exhausting by the time we’d climbed up the hills and steps to La Alcazaba, ...
... sunshine can be so distracting. Then, I find that I just can't blog.
In fact, our entire apartment overlooks the Mediterranean, so there's really no escaping the view.
So to solve this very difficult problem, I decided to sit a different way, facing the corner, just so I could blog. But then that damned Sea breeze hit my face and made me sleepy. And I couldn't do it.
I've tried sitting on our bed (backwards of course, so as not to see the Sea from ...
... 8217;s driveway - saying goodbye to our family was brutal - and my stress level had reached its max. I was puffy face, snot running, hyper ventilating the good-byes and “I love you’s” - and by the time we made it to the airport in Charlotte, I was this eye-running-hand-joint-seizing-nose-ble eding-bloated-emotional-wreck-crying-tr oll-ogre-thing tagging behind Wade and the boys <--- yeah that would be me!
Full of doubt and anxiety, we ...
... outside of the van, we get talking to an English couple, because, I borrow their ladders, so can climb on the van roof, to clean the skylights.
Like many people we have met, whilst travelling around in the campervan, they are an amazing pair. She is visibly in poor health, and can hardly walk, he, is 80 years old, and they are still driving around Europe in a campervan. I like their spirit. ...
... collection of food stalls (dried fruit, spices, fruit and vegetables etc), plus stalls selling clothes, I splash out a total of 2Euro, for which I get six pairs of "sports" socks. I never understand the workings of these markets in various European countries, they have to travel to the venue, set out all of their products, then at the end pack them all away again and travel home. They appear to sell next to nothing, so, the hourly rate cannot possibly be worth the effort. ...