That's it folks! This Spanish odyssey has come to an end and I've returned to
An early start to the day (at least it was for me). Having an owl rather than lark phenotype, I'm more of a night time kind of guy (but, definitely not something of the night!). So 7.30am is an early start for me!
You see, I needed to be on the road and driving for 8am to arrive in good time in Denia where I was meeting up with Lynn and Darrell, along with a small posse of their fellow Norton Wheeler cyclists.
For those that don't know, over the years I have been on various cycle tours led by our illustrious leader Lynn, and ably supported by Darrell (mechanic and good egg). Here's a photo of Lynn at the summit of the main climb of the day:
Prior to the climb we saw the "Frying Tonight" statue in honour of the world's fish fryers:
And now for a view out towards Calpe, where I would have been if Lynn and the gang were not in Denia:
It was a good day of cycling and I enjoyed the company. Especial thanks to Lynn for inviting me along and Paul for suggesting the route and coffee/lunch stops.
- Distance driven: 22 miles
- Distance cycled: 81km
- Weather: Chilly start (approximately 7°C, but warm in the afternoon).
- Location: Google Maps