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  1. says:

    21 abril, 2014 at 11:01 am

    On my parents’ first trip to Spain, they were dead-set on the malagueño beaches. They were horrified to find everything in English and serving fish and chips (we’re American, so they were a bit disoriented as to where they were). I’ve not been to Benidorm, but fell in love with Calpe’s old town and locals. Like Altea, it’s got all of the good coastal stuff without being an expat enclave in the same way that Benidorm is.

    • says:

      21 mayo, 2014 at 4:35 pm

      Hi Cat! So sorry it’s taken me a while to reply – not sure what happened there. Yep, totally agree, although I know a few expats who live in Calpe and don’t know a word of Spanish too. Obviously each case is different but it’s so frustrating to think that there are Brits (more than likely with some kind of bizarre superiority complex) who simply cannot be bothered to make an effort.

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