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Awaycation Winter 2022 - Day 7

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The idea was that today was supposed to be an R&T day. After six days of driving from home to Castellò province.

On top of the hassle getting the key and apartment details yesterday we had a further problem. Cockroaches!

Yes the apartment was home to a few. Some mysteriously already dead, others were (past tense) alive. Not any longer. All removed and so far no further visits.

The apartment is quite basic and the furniture not up to IKEA standards. It will suffice.

When the reception opens tomorrow we will be bringing the 'roaches to their attention.

So today we had a broken sleep. Reggie wanted to go out about 3.30am and again about 7am.

After breakfast we decided to have a walk along the beach. Unlike at home where dogs are banned at most beaches from Easter to October 31st, it appears it's all year ban. However, Playa Romana across the road had people walking dogs.

Playa Romana

Playa Romana

There is a fenced path that runs in both directions when we emerge from the resort. Today we decided to go right.

The beaches are made up of smaller bays this way. The rock undercut by the sea. On one of the smaller ones we had a walk right down to the waves crashing onto the pebbly beach.

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It's also the first fully sunny day we have had. Temperatures rose to around 18 °C. Plenty warm enough for me!

Once back and after lunch Claire did some washing and we read our Kindles. Nice to do nothing.

I also got caught up with entering the fuel stops into the Fuelly app. If bbcode works there should be a photo below showing the average mpg since we bought Suki!

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Tonight Consum lasagne and peas for dinner!

What will tomorrow bring. I guess we try the walk to the left?

Posted by InvictaMoto 16:50 Archived in Spain

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