- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travel Blogs from Alcala de Xivert
... not traditional Spanish shopping it does make life easier for us. Not only was there known brands (Paxo sage and onion stuffing mix, Weetabix) but also the occasional tannoy announcement in English too. For anyone in a motorhome or not wanting to take the car, the site runs a twice-weekly free shuttle bus to and from the store for two hours of shopping. We both were in need of a hair cut so sought the salon in town which I used on our last visit. David had his done straight ...
... so beloved of the female of the species, I am expected to "support", her in her efforts, which, in male speak means suffer alongside her.
I ask you, what fun is there in that?
For today, I have circumvented the rules, under the pretence of going for a healthy walk along the coast (2.5 miles) took her to lunch, ordered a bottle of wine before she could object.
Packing started, well, scooter loaded onto it's trailer and positioned ready for hitch-up.
... apparently, so, Kathleen will be going tomorrow morning, 09:00, too early in the morning for a glass of Red however, even by my standards.
Clocks change tonight, move forward an hour, so, lighter nights.
I am not sure why we cycled nine miles to see it, we hardly ever buy anything at the market, but, it is buzzing and interesting.
A stop to quench our thirst on the way back, then spend the rest of the day, eating and drinking.
What a hard life this ...
... the last of their outside gear dry and packed, so, they will be off tomorrow morning (8:00 according to Anna-Lauren) so, we will have to up to wave them goodbye.
As our time to leave (Wednesday next) approaches, Kathleen is becoming restless, constantly going through the campsite book, double checking that our selected sites and aires are in fact ...