Hostal El Estudio
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a hail of potty words challenging our leaders grasp of direction, legitimacy of birth, etc., etc. We headed back into Requena and took the turning that 15 minutes earlier John has commented that if he were in charge, we would have taken. This added certain urgency to the journey as we were against the clock to make the boat departure time! All was well and we pulled into the car park by the Jścar Waterway. The ladies went to collect the ...
... and I checked in! We all laughed about how small the world is thanks to the internet and Lars and I marveled at how kind and friendly the Spanish people are.
As we drove home we felt so lucky to have a life that gives us these encounters with strangers in a country where we really never imagined we could learn to know so well.
Here are a few photos from our walk.
... though, one thing we didn't really accounted for was that it's Friday today... when we arrive back home, there was a huge commotion - father starting up a big BBQ in the yard, kids running and screaming, their guests were there, their sons watching soccer game in incredibly high volume, their daughter's room (which is right next to ours) has some kids' TV show playing in high volume without the audience! Oh my... ...
... trying this delicacy I have been feeling quite bad and lost my apetite for anything for three days. Huh, **** happens.
Speaking about Yucca - I have eaten it in Gandia, my next stop after Valencia. It is medium large city, calm and peaceful. There are some hills and a beach few kilometers from the city borders. Nice place to stay for three days and rest before rest of the trip just as I did.
Ali, one of my drivers who brought me to Alicante was from Marocco ...
... onto a horse! The breakfast was served on the terrace with breathtaking mountain views, no cooked breaky but i got full anyway on fruit, cereals, yoghurts, toast, coissants, the owner really couldnt do enough for us. There is a pool and a large garden with shaded areas, pergodas and lovely quiet places to sit and read or just relax. All this for only €25 euros a night, i could have stayed forever. Thank you Casa Epona and will definately come again on my next trip. ...