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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Great ride today on Trumpy winding high through the mountain gorges. Left Teruel going south on the n 330 ,following the Rambla de la Torre, then east into mountains after Requena .Weather was cool and overcast,so pleasant after days of heat. Saw the first of the Valencia orange trees ; then more endless rows of grapevines ,and olive trees. ...
... before it got too hot.
The campsite we stayed in in Rugat was interesting for a number of different reasons. Firstly it had its own lake with a good selection of water fowl, a heathly population of red squirrels, and a workforce almost entirely British. Not sure how they all ended up in Rugat but it was a bit bizarre. ...
... the beach.
On the property side we are very much at the investigation stage looking at different locations, but we have seen some interesting opportunities, however we must not get rushed into buying something we haven't fully researched and it fits with our longer term plans.
We are still getting some climbing when we can find a crag that faces away from the sun. There are a few options but it is a bit too hot to do anything ...
... boots got used for the first time. We were to up and down before noon so we were not out during the hottest part of the day. We were first to the top but there were plenty of other walkers out in the heat and they were Spanish. So it is not only "mad dogs and Englishmen"!
Even though the campsite was up at 350m the temperature didn't drop much overnight. It was still 30c when we went to bed!
... mains, plus a flan dessert, and soft drinks, substituted for the standard wine, included in the price. Full as the proverbial bull, we walk the seafront again. Are tempted to walk to the base of the rock climb on Penyal d'Ifac, but instead decided on a toilet stop at our restaurant on the way back, and a drive through the streets of Calpe to the rock.
At the base of Penyal d'Ifac, we were pleased to find another free rough gravel car park, and walked up the steep ...