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    IMG_2461.jpgIMG_2461.jpgAnyone going to Torrox, we can heartily recommend Cafeteria Javier. Pork escalope with creamy mushroom sauce, salad and chips, one of the best meals I've tasted for a long while. €7.5. Coffee €1.1. Even John thought it was better than his Bacon, 2 fried eggs chips and salad for €4.75. Along with the best wifi connection we've come across for a while - it's well worth a visit. We'll be back. ��
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    Quote Originally Posted by spigot View Post
    I think you are wrong here.
    I have just googled Spanish No Parking Signs.
    They show a diagonal red line through the circle.
    In this case the signs on the access road show a tent or a caravan with diagonal red line across the circle
    But not the MH image.
    So in my book, it's allowed,
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    Back in Sunny Spain.

    Can't do links but another site I googled, it showed a red diagonal line across the circle.
    Anyway, I noticed the MH image on the access road was not in a red circle but in a square.
    Also if you approach from the roundabout there are no apparent restriction notices.
    Also yesterday, patrols from Guardia & Policia took no notice, even when two Spanish vans & a large French MH towing a quad bike turned up .
    Britons were wild camping long before campsites, it's a basic human right.

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    Not-so-Stealth-Van

    French van wilding at Nerja,
    The other unusual feature, it has a full size domestic cooker!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spigot View Post
    French van wilding at Nerja,
    The other unusual feature, it has a full size domestic cooker!
    Love those stealth vans!

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    I had a sea view before this Frog turned up at Carboneras.
    The van is a Globebus Integral.
    Any nearer & it would be integral!
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    Back in Sunny Spain.

    Yesterday, I noticed dozens of W/C spots along the coast from Mojacar to Aguilas, too many to mention, just do the drive & take your pick.
    We didn't stop, too early in the day.
    Also, I noticed a brand new "Area de Servicio de Autocaravanas" on the left hand side of road,
    It wasn't there last year.
    I can't remember the exact location as I was trying to keep the van on road in the high winds.
    Someone on here will be able to pinpoint it.
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    How far have you got? We moved - across the 'field' at Torrox. Quite happy staying put. We were going to move on Tuesday - haven't decided which Tuesday yet 😀 Rained during the night and I think I just heard thunder. Oh well another bike ride and back to cafe con letche and tapas. It's a hard life but someone has to keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spigot View Post
    Yesterday, I noticed dozens of W/C spots along the coast from Mojacar to Aguilas, too many to mention, just do the drive & take your pick.
    We didn't stop, too early in the day.
    Also, I noticed a brand new "Area de Servicio de Autocaravanas" on the left hand side of road,
    It wasn't there last year.
    I can't remember the exact location as I was trying to keep the van on road in the high winds.
    Someone on here will be able to pinpoint it.
    There are many POIs along the stretch of the coast that you mention.

    The aire that you mention may well be at Calarreona just to the south west of Aguilas. This is in the POIs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jennyp19 View Post
    How far have you got? We moved - across the 'field' at Torrox. Quite happy staying put. We were going to move on Tuesday - haven't decided which Tuesday yet  Rained during the night and I think I just heard thunder. Oh well another bike ride and back to cafe con letche and tapas. It's a hard life but someone has to keep up the good work.
    The day we met you, (I've lost track, don't even know what day it is) we went to Nerja, stayed 2 nights, (I think).
    As weather was crap, we drove to Carboneras for 1 night & then on to La Azhoia.
    We are now at L'Albir where we'll stay for a few days, then on to Javea, where we'll over-eat at Scallops.
    Then we will look in at Cullera, then think about heading north, via San Sebastián for more eating.
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