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 ...
... But we were very pleased with our white BMW for cheap money and once Buzz found reverse (if he was a swearing guy the expletives would have made his hair grow back!), we were happy with the car.
Our first food shopping was quite an experience trying to find the various groceries we needed for breakfast. Neither eggs or milk are refigerated, so it took some time to locate.
... had lifted and it was a stunning pebble beach!
We spent a massive 6 euro ($9AUD) on sun lounges so were able to spend hours relaxing and doing very little.
After a beautiful seafood dinner on the beach we RAN to the bus stop in time for the 9:15PM bus home. All in all a great and relaxing day.
... in paris. She tried so hard to translate everything for us even though her English wasn't that good. We didn't mind what we ordered and of course it's ok that it's in Spanish.. We are in Spain! We really liked her and the place, it had a great ambiance and played really good music too. We stayed there until about 11, by that time the place was full. We left and had a wander before heading back to our hostel, watching a movie and falling asleep.. Tomorrow we are off to ...
... on the bus during the first circuit without hopping off. Temptation led us then to the port tour and lunch after which we felt a lot better and Porto came alive to us. Because we spent 2 nights in Porto instead of 1, we decided to skip Lisbon and cut our losses and get closer to Spain where we were meeting Josh and Tash. After our normal dramas of getting lost and getting stuck on these oh so narrow streets, we hoped for a normal existence but no. The 2 little towns we chose to stay ...