The sun sets on Spain

We said goodbye to Rob and Lesley and set off leaving them with some Heinz baked beans as they are hard to get in Spain and we be able to get plenty in a week or two. We topped up on gas as both canisters were empty. €18 filled them both to the brim.

I take back anything detrimental I have said about the Spanish road system thus far. We must have just experienced a bad town or area as the 5 hour drive today was on stunning free roads with my only gripe being no where stop for a break very easily. We have found ourselves a nice little site at Pineda de mar for €10 for pitch water with really friendly owner who came out to meet us and made us very welcome. GPS 41,62199 2.68941 It is secure as its behind a automatic gate and has cctv. A wander along the lovely promenade rewarded us with a stunning sun set and Molly had the opportunity to let off steam on the sand again turning into the looney that she becomes when she has sand under her feet. The Spanish are so lucky to have such wonderful coastlines and amazing beech life.


Tomorrow we leave Spain to make our way to France via Perpignan Narbone to Carcassonne and then windle our way up through the centre to Caen and our ferry back. We hope that the onward joiurney will be as easy as it has been so far.

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