Hostal San Juan
Travel Blogs from El Campello
Up at 5:30am to drive Mary to Alicante airport. We set the GPS and off we headed. Got her there at 7:15 am and so I was to embark on a journey home alone.
I somehow managed to take a wrong turn, but none the less my TOMTOM corrected me and set me straight again.
I arrived back in Jalon at 8:30 am.
I then promptly moved my stuff into the main bedroom and stripped the other bed.
This morning Lars promised a surprise but suggested I wear my walking shoes...so of course there wasn't too much suspense, just the guess at possible destinations.
When we left the house we headed to the tram...going toward El Campello and Benidorm, so our walking track would be somewhere to the north.
As most of you know Lars really isn't a planner, so as ...
... is a massive limestone outcrop emerging from the sea and linked to the shore by rock debris. It is home to numerous rare plants, including a number of endemic species, and over 300 species of animals, and a nesting site for colonies of sea birds and other birds.Rising to 332 metres high, the rock is ...
... presently and love where you are living, stay with it and stay HAPPY.
I am just going to tell our story and you judge for yourself how crazy we are. We know that we are not ordinary. Here is our story:
Margo and I met about four and a half years ago. Lars owed a condo on Golden Gate Point, Sarasota and Margo owned a townhouse close to TPC Golf Club. We both had a lot of stuff.
Soon Lars moved into Margo’s house, so we ...
... but I'm always on the lookout. Fortunately I have stocked up with a few cartons from Stockholm.
Eventually we wandered down to the promenade near the port and walked along under the old banyan trees. Our radar always seems to point us to a favorite restaurant, La Terraza del Gourmet.
We arrived a little after 1 pm deciding to have a few tapas for lunch along with a nice bottle of Alicante wine. I ...