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Sama park in the neighbourhood of Cambrils

As I told you before there weren't any bus services so we'd have to hitchhike back to Tortosa. Quite a challenge so we thought as there weren't many cars passing by. We followed the main road back because the chance of any car passing would be bigger. After some 3 km's of walking one car stopped and took us back to Tortosa. In Tortosa we took the bus back to Amposta and from there we walked back to the train station where we had been a few days before and took the train to Cambrils.

Cambrils is a tourist coastal town and can be very busy during holliday season. We didn't stay there for that long because it wasn't that interesting but we did some great walks over here.

  the path to Sama Park was one of them. First we followed the main road but soon stepped off and took a side track in between some cacti plants and fields with apple trees. They were delicious! Eventually we arrived at Sama Park and almost nobody was there so we thought it was closed. Never the less we could enter the park quite easily untill some guy ran to us if we had a proper visiting ticket. We did as if we didn't understood what he was trying to say  and we didn't need to pay, haha.  Some travel guides describe this park more beautiful than it actually is. After two hours we decided to get back to the camping.   we headed to the centre of the village which was full of tourists and took a quick meal. We all had more than enough of Cambrils and left very early the day after.

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