The journey south again went without issue, even though the route took us through various mountain ranges with long steep climbs. The roads were again very quiet.
Today's plan was to complete our migration south with a 500km drive all in one go. The driving is leisurely, so no problem. We stopped for fuel about half way, and have arrived at our destination with over half a tank of diesel left.
This site, Camping Cabo de Gata, offers huge discounts for long term stays, far better than using the ACSI card as we have on the way down for our overnight stays.
Tomorrow, we will visit the supermarket to stock up on provisions, as to save weight we travelled with just bare essential. It was bacon and eggs cooked on the outdoor cooker linked to the camper outside gas point for tonight's meal, and it went down well, after a busy day.
The distance travelled to get down here has been 1000 road miles and 750 sea miles on the ferry, completed over 5 days.