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Nous sommes au mouillage pour la nuit dans une charmante baie. Nous avons passé Benidorm et avons longé la cote Espagnole et ses immeubles pour touristes tout au long. Et c'est avec plaisir que nous trouvons cette baie où il n'y a aucun immeuble mais de belles ...
... roads are quite busy but to be fair the Spaniards are a bit forgiving if you are holding them up. A mix of the usual at site this evening UK, Holland, Germany and France. It might be my pale west Cork head (and the number plate!) but I was hardly in the gate when an English lady wanted to know what part of Ireland I was from as both here parents were from Kilkenny/Wicklow. The lemon groves around us are abandoned and the ...
After leaving Moraira at 10 I went along the coast for Calp as my camping guide book has a recommended place. The drive along the road is beautiful, the rock cliff on my right and the sea laid out before me to the left. Unfortunately the road is so busy and without stopping places it was impossible to get a photograph. A warning if you are ever thinking of driving in Spain the two biggest hazards I've found are the ...
... from Spanish bars, open at 3 in the afternoon until 3 am. There are a couple of small supermarkets and they stock most things for self-catering.
The real find of this trip is the China shops/markets, every town has one and the bigger towns have many. They stock everything from hardware to beach stuff literally a needle to not quite anchors. They were my suppliers last week for the laundry kit.....dish, line and pegs.Today it's ...
... in a tourist hot spot. Also the second indicator was English breakfast signs up at a few restaurants.However when you go one row of streets back you have more traditional Spanish bars and quaint laneways.
There are signs up on all car parks not allowing caravans or motorhomes so after a few bits in the supermarket I went ...