Travel Blogs from Alicante
... the river Serpis so possible sightings of Kingfishers, Egrets etc. Bring a small torch if you have one as route takes us through two or three tunnels.
Of course after each walk we stop for a cold beverage to talk and get to know one another a little better. Walking and talking, a great way to make friends!
Here are a few photos:
... model with warranty coverage. We even bid on one vehicle but it sold for more than our target price so on Friday we visited the local Volvo dealer to see what they had for resale.
I think we found a wonderful car. An XC60 2.4D. Large enough for comfortable road trips and airport pickups (room for luggage!) And of course good for any IKEA trips (hopefully not many more for us! LOL).
... a bit, but finally we were on our way.
It's always a happy moment when we turn the key in the lock and see our sun-filled apartment with that lovely view of the sea. Our home for the coming winter months!
It didn't take us long to get settled. And to our delight, shortly after our arrival Vincent, Alexia and Madlyn came by to give us a warm hello....and a few minutes later Marie appeared to make their welcome complete!
... was only the arrival of Jenny's Christmas card to their UK address with an Alicante postmark that triggered the question.
It was quite amazing sitting in a cafe in nearby Hondon where four of us had worked for Panel Systems (me, Mark, Jenny and David) and Steve had worked for Sheffied Insulations, from whom David had bought the business! Of course reminiscing about all the employees who had worked for the company through the ...
Dr. Garcia Lopez returned to my room at 2:30 and suggested that I have an IV painkiller before I left for home. I happily agreed to that!
So about an hour later Lars walk me out of the hospital and into our car and we are home now.
My prognosis is good. Dr. Garcia Lopez said that the repair was perfect, (of course he is the one who did it.) And that within six weeks I can use my arm again but until then I must wear ...