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Awaycation Winter 2022 - Day 14

sunny 12 °C

Today is the end of the second week away in France and Spain.

To mark the event Reggie decided that he would ask to go out around five times during the course of the night. The site here in Benicarló is well lit. So it makes it easier to walk around. As we are nearby to the footpath leading out to the road along the back, there is s CCTV camera. If they check the footage they will see me out at regular intervals.

I didn't get up until nearly 11am. I was shattered. Reggie though can sleep at any time!

Before breakfast I took him for a walk to the beach. It almost to the beach. He was happy enough for the first part but then dug his feet in and refused.

A bit later we popped to the shop and bought some sauce to go with the chicken we bought yesterday. Another RidgeMonkey cooking session coming up! We also bought another can of dog food. Once we get into France we can locate a Picard for Dogador!!

Until then it will have to be tinned dog food and a handful of biscuit added into it

Another walk on the beach with moderate success. We set off down the path. Here the sea has eroded the edge away and the steps have collapsed. Getting down the four feet drop is by precariously placed bits of rock and concrete.

We set off towards Benicarló and got about half way, then he decided to go no further, his tail between his legs! Once turned around he was scampering around and tail up. Mmmm.

The weather looked iffy and there was rain 🌧️ earlier on, but with the sun out it was quite hot.


Another trip to the shop and we bought biscuits! Plus a photo opportunity.


When we got back I dug the satnav out to programme in tomorrow's route.

Google shows the shortest and quickest route from here to be via the N232 from Vinaros to Morella and then into Aragón and then cross country to Monday nights stop at Calamocha.

It looks like going two sides of a triangle. The most direct route is to stay on the N232 to Zaragoza.

With it being Sunday, making a change to tomorrow's overnight isn't that simple.

We'll have to see what happens during the day.

Posted by InvictaMoto 13:46 Archived in Spain

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