A week off!!

Yes I know, we’re not working, so how on earth can we take a week off? Well, we are busy doing up the house and we are now at a point where even though it’s far from finished, it’s livable and we were feeling ready for a break or at least a couple of days […]

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Motorhoming in France … Feeling Nauti…cal!

I feel as though I should be wearing a navy and white striped t-shirt, yellow sou’wester jacket and a pair of Musto Sailor’s boots! Yes – we are well and truly in fishermen’s’ land. We woke early again today and after a night of rain, we were delighted to see the sky was blue once […]

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Motorhoming in France … Sand beneath his paws

We left the village where my sister lives, a couple of days ago, to be honest the camera hasn’t really shown it’s face, the weather has been so grey and so miserable, I found it difficult to get motivated. I think I took 3 photos while we were there! This is one that I find […]

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Motorhoming in Spain … it’s a dog’s life!

Well, I’m full of a cold, my nose is running, I have a scratchy throat, a headache, watery eyes and pains shooting up and down my limbs but hey such is life. I really can’t complain. I must say before leaving the UK the one thing that I did wonder was how I would feel […]

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Motorhoming in Spain … A day full of little surprises!

Surprise No 1 – A good night’s sleep Yesterday evening our French neighbours invited us to their rather luxurious van, for a quick aperitif, which ended up lasting more than a couple of hours. Anita and Joel make their own rillettes and the most scrumptious fish pate, nibbles to die for and conversation to whet […]

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Motorhoming in Spain … Gone for a Tootle

It’s been very odd, now that we have TV and a really good, internet connection, we find we can catch up with the world news and news back in the UK. It’s strange to wake up and see Bill Turnbull and his sidekick on the BBC sofa while we drink our coffee. To be honest […]

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Motorhoming in Spain … The Darker Side of Boule Players

Well, we’re here at La Manga and although I’ve read some pretty dire reviews online, about it being such a huge sprawling campsite, it actually is quite pleasant for us anyway. Once you are on your pitch, it’s lovely and private and because the site is so big, it offers quite amazing facilities, including many […]

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Motorhoming in Spain … La Manga

We are in a lovely campsite, it’s a sprawling place, there must be over 1000 pitches. although you wouldn’t know it, each of the pitches for caravans, tents and motorhomes has high hedges on three sides, affording some privacy which is perfect, plus we have three empty pitches around us, so we feel very comfortable […]

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Motorhoming in Spain … the lovely town of Nerja

Hi all, Well before I start this blog I want to firstly send all our love to our friends Kevin and Jan from Cabopino, we received sad news that they’ve had to return to the UK, we’re thinking of them and wish them a very safe trip back. As ordered to do so, by them, […]

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Motorhoming in Spain … Addictions

Hi there, Well today, we woke up to blue skies and sunshine, I’ll admit it’s a little chilly first thing but by the time I’m up and dressed – it’s shorts and tee shirt for me. The only trouble is I refuse to get dressed until the weather has settled and made it’s mind up […]

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