Hostal Habitaciones Rosaleda
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After a lazy first full day, our priority on Thursday was leaving the site to get fuel as we were down to a 40-mile reserve, so the satnav duly programmed took us out of Alcossebre to the nearest filling station. Diesel was €1.19 a litre (about 94p) so very good for the budget. Next stop, the ferreteria (hardware shop) where David bought a brush for washing the car and caravan, followed by supermarket shopping. Since our last visit a large Consum store has been built ...
... 5 mile walk in the evening, to wake us up!
Monday, 30th March 2015
Well, the good times are over, Kathleen has entered "going home mode".
Thoughts of weight gain etc.
So, a few new "rules":
- no more crisps
- no more biscuits with our morning coffee
- no more snacks, ie nuts, olives, gerkins etc
- no more lunch time beers
- reduce alcohol intake
... br> whom seem to be so deaf they can only converse at a shout.
No sooner than I have myself settled with a glass of wine to have an hours relaxation, whilst Kathleen is at church, and, she is back.
... I shot myself in the knee" she replies.
Jokes over with and goodbyes said, it is a beautifully sunny day. We cycle to Castellon Port (18 miles there and back).
The "purpose" of the cycle ride to Castellon Port, is, to visit the market, which someone told us about a ...
... nice lunch.
Thursday, 26th March 2015
It is dry and sunny, the wind has dropped to a soft breeze.
Summer, or, at least Spring has returned!
We manage a 5 mile walk along the coast, with a drink in a beach side café.
Our German neighbours, Willie and Anna-Lauren, who were supposed to be leaving on Monday, manage ...