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Où est la plume de ma tante?

We left Spain a day earlier than planned, because of the forecast snow in the Pyrenees, and did a long (400 miles) run from Valencia Camper Park to Aire-sur-L’Adour, through the Somport tunnel. L’Aire sur L’Adour is a small town

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Posted in 2016 Spring, Aire-sur-L'Adour, Aquitaine, Eymet

Easter in Spain

We had a sunny final week at Los Alcázares; it got a little busier as a few Spanish pitched up for the Easter holidays. We spotted these Andalusians trotting through the shallows on the way to coffee one morning (us,

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Posted in - Spain, 2016 Spring, Los Alcázares, Murcia

Elvis is Alive

Thursday in southern France was still a bit chilly and we decamped early for the cross-Spain leg. Its easy driving on the largely empty roads which only get busy round the big cities. We crossed Spain in a blur of

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Posted in - Spain, 2016 Spring, Alicante, Valencia

Sword Beach to Hendaye Plage

On Tuesday we woke to a chilly 2 deg C in Ouistreham and after a brief but bracing walk on Sword beach, (one of the the D-day landing beaches, just by the aire) set off south. We landed at the

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Posted in 2016 Spring, Aquitaine, hendaye plage

Seagulls Flying Backwards Today

After a great Christmas we are the road again. Storm Imogen chased us down the M6 and over the channel. Penny’s favourite seat….best used when I’m not driving. We stopped at Port Solent en route…masses of free motorhome parking…to give

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Posted in - France, - United Kingdom, 2016 Spring, Caen, Lower Normandy, Portsmouth

Córdoba

We took the bus from La Campiña to Cordoba (€4 each, 45 minutes) while Rick very kindly looked after the Kray twins. Time was limited so we took a taxi from the bus station to the Calahorrra tower, which lies

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Posted in - Spain, Andalucia, Autumn 2015, Córdoba

The Olive Harvest

We have discovered the best campsite in Spain…it is La Campiña, a smallish site tucked away in the Andalucian olive groves about 20 miles south of Córdoba. The name La Campiña translates as a region of rolling hills and fertile

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Posted in Autumn 2015, Santaella

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