I started our Tuesday of our final week here in Javea with a mini workout in our room. A nice way to start the day! I’m not very good at keeping active when I’m on holiday but I find ways to do some form of exercise. In the evenings I do lengths in the pool and we go for walks at times.
Holidays are a time for rest and I try and not put pressure on myself to workout. I am really active when I’m at home so if I’m not as good when I’m abroad I think that’s okay. I do miss exercising but then I know that I will get back into routine once I’m back in Glasgow. When I’m Sweden I’ve been a lot better at going to the gym but it’s more accessible than here in Javea.
The entire day almost was spent on the beach. First, Jamie and I were there lying in the sun and reading. I went in the sea (Jamie thinks it’s too cold, which it definitely isn’t!). It is apparently one of the hottest summers in Spain in years here and yesterday it was boiling! So froyo was a must. I love it with lots of fresh fruit.
In the evening we went back to the beach to watch Mamma Mia there, dubbed in Spanish. Luckily, the songs were in English still! I have to sing along when I watch that film. When it was in the cinemas I think I saw it two or three times, it makes me so happy. I love how it spreads joy and happiness.
The atmosphere was incredible and the beach was absolutely packed. We sat there in our shorts at ten in the evening and did not freeze one bit. Incredible! If only you could watch films like this all the time.
We enjoyed some freshly made pizza for dinner whilst watching the film. Not really a fan of pizza but this pizza is probably the most tasty one I’ve ever had. Jamie’s mum and I shared a smoked salmon, prawn and anchovy pizza.