Villa Celina Turismo Rural
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... there was a curious stench about the village and it wasn't until the next morning, when we went for a walk along the beach that we found the source. Loads of dead sea lions lay rotting on the beach (I say loads, maybe five or six, but still)! People didn't seem to mind and were setting up for a day on the beach between them, but we walked past a few that were covered in maggots and emitting a really awful smell. Not so nice. The colonies were amazing though - hundreds of ...
After our walk we headed back to the hotel for some rest, to catch up on this blog and for Shaylee to have a sleep. With the town seen earlier about the only other thing to do in Colonia is to hire a golf cart and take a tour of the outlying area, particularly the failed resort area that an entrepreneur tried to start in 1911, this includes a now abandoned and crumbling but still cool looking bull fighting ring, a race course that is ...
... I found it easily. She was impressed I had gone on the tube as she said she had never been on it in her life!!!! I couldn't believe it. We went out to lunch in a very nice bar/ restaurant around the corner which was lovely and she very kindly treated me to lunch. We weren't there for long as she then had a Dr appointment but it was good to go and meet her as I know Mum really wanted me to go :-) I then headed back to the hostel to chill in the garden a little bit. The plan was ...
... around. We looked more closely and to our amazement the garden was filled with tiny dots of flashing lights. We took our wine glasses outside and stood open-mouthed and speechless on the terrace, mesmerised by the sight of thousands of fireflies twinkling silently above the lawn, amongst the vines and in the bushes and shrubs surrounding the cottage. As the last light of the day faded in the sky and the stars slowly began to appear between the ...
... old colonial town on the other side of the world and it was great to hear all about the amazing things she's done on her trip that we can now simply copy! We will definitely have to meet up for another beer when get back in the much less surreal Barrowford.