Intercontinental La Torre Golf Resort Murcia
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... sup>st of May 2014. We have visited eleven countries and with the bike have traversed approximately 30,000 kilometres.
We have had the opportunity to reunite with many of our friends that we had met on our 2005 – 2008 Americas/African jaunt. To meet these people again has been a true joy and brought us much happiness.
We are so grateful for everyone's hospitality. Hanka, Erik, Mika and Liam for letting us tent in their back yard. Peter who gave ...
I wrote an entry last night but ipad app leaves much to be desired and I lost it when I thought I was adding an update for the second day. So from now on....no app for me...I'll use the website only!
Nothing much happened the first day anyhow, other than we celebrated our successful car rental. After looking at reviews prior to arrival, I was concerned we picked a car rental with a ...
Today we had a tour of the Alhambra - we were meeting our tour group at the entrance at 10am. We decided to walk up, and had been advised it would take about 15 minutes (something we have learnt about the Spaniards is that their concept of time is a little out - everything is 5 minutes away - which could mean a 5 minute walk but could just as likely mean a 30 minute walk). The motto of this story is always have plenty of time before you are due somewhere. It took about half an hour to get ...
... this was his first time to the snow since he was 10 or something.. And that was only for half a day! Just before we got to the top, our chocolate churros starting churning in our stomachs. We couldn't get off the bus sooner. Thank goodness there was some fresh air up here. We need to walk around a little. As we got off we were bombarded with men selling beanies, gloves, scarves and sunnies. 'No we are ok, thanks, no thanks, no thanks' as we shuffled past to the ...
... with double decker cars, British pubs, fish and chips and the Union Jack flag. The most densely populated territories in the world with 28,0000 and many of the sights include the marina, war defence battery's and tunnels from WWII moorish times and caves and the cable car up to the top of 'the Rock' of Gibraltar. The nature reserve is free and you can walk to the top along paved roads and staircases. At 412 m, ...