A much more relaxed and lazy day today. We went for walk along seafront after breakfast and met with Adonis’s mum and dad, who had been there for a week already waiting for us in their Hymer. The beach is lovely and deserted in the morning, but no dogs are allowed and this proved to be a problem, as dogs must be kept on lead all the time and Bramble is used to ramble on the loose. Nevertheless, as there was no one sunbathing so early in the morning, we took a risk and Adonis threw the ball for him in the Mediterranean sea a couple of times, which he loved!
We all came back to Sanguli campsite for morning drinks, including ‘horchata’, which is a lovely refreshing drink made from tiger nuts, water and sugar and looks very much like milk, but doesn’t taste anything like it! I’ve always loved this drink, as I was born in Alicante and it originates from the region of Valencia, on the east coast of Spain. After drinks we went on a tour of campsite, which is by all means impressive and deserves its 5 star status, with its 2 swimming pools, bars, gormet restaurant, cinemas, tennis courts and organised activities like aerobics, etc. Wonderful for families and popular with British holidaymakers, even that early in the year.