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Tuesday 23 June
We wanted to take advantage of the wind so left Motril fairly early in the morning. The
wind was quite strong – at times blowing F6 but at least on the bum. Got some pretty good sailing and surfing in at times as the swell picked up to around 1.5m.
On the way I saw 2 whales and we had a few dolphins play with the bow wave for a short
Today we left the Costa del Sol and entered the Costa del Blanco – ...
... after our lunch break which kept the tempurature down a lot.
By the time we were heading back to camp in El Berro we could see a thundrstorm approching from the south west. This cooled things down considerably in the evening. We are experiencing a big daily range from 15C in the mornings and evenings to plus 30C during the day.
... and were very friendly. By early afternoon we turned off the Autovia at Alhama de Murcia and diligently followed the final approach instructions, gradually climbing through hairpin bends until we reached the junction with signs for Camping Sierra Espuna, named after the Natural Park in which is situated. David was thankful for the extra power as we took the at times steep and narrow route which skirted the village to the site where ...
... Valencia, Benidorm, Alicante, Murcia etc. I think I could have told them anything really, they were quite accepting of my nuggets of useless info. As we passed through one of the eateries on the way to the bar we noticed tonight's dinner menu. Lobster and snails (not for me obvs) Sharon's favourite and mushroom ravioli and Beef Wellington a bit of a favourite of mine. So all change, formal night now being attended. So, out of the hot tub ...
We left Alquerias around 10 and it was a superb stopover right in the heart of lemon groves exactly the type of Spain I'm trying to find. I don't want Irish pubs sure didn't i own one for long enough. We found our way to a nearby market at Torraguera and tried my best to buy a pair of sandals made in spain by spanish people but sadly we had to surrender and settle for beautiful cherry tomatoes and early spuds.
After that disappointment onwards for the coast and Santiago de ...