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The campsite was very good but because it is surrounded by flooded rice fields and salt marsh it was plagued by mosquitos. We did get too many bites but they are annoying!
One thing we did do on the way to Eucaliptus beach was give Florance a much needed wash. We had filled up with fuel and got a deal on an automated car wash. With hindsight it was a bit of a gamble, but she came out clean and undamaged.
... enjoying an ice-cream as we dawdled along.
We arrived in Barcelona at around 3.30 and were very happy to have a quiet few hours resting before we bumped into Daniel and Linda at reception and decided to walk into town together for a quick bite. The majority of the group had ventured out to one of the organised, but not included nights to ...
... moscatel with our desserts. By the end of all this, we had an hour to kill before the Museum of Contemporary Art reopened, so found a shady bench outside the church. I never cease to be amazed at the serious way that this siesta time is taken in this day and age when people are clambering to make a living, but then it's only mad dogs and Englishmen...!! Return to the museum we did and spent a good hour wandering the exhibits (paintings and sculpture) in all 29 rooms of the ...
It was with some reluctance that we tore ourselves away from our first Spanish site of the trip, Camping Can Coromines, after a relaxing ten days. Not only were the site facilities very good but the owners and their family who run it are very personable and helpful. David in particular enjoyed Marc's company, and the two would often chat and debate all sorts of topics, with much humour thrown in. A lovely man. Both Marc and Sally are very hands on in respect of the site - ...
... walking through the streets at 22:00 hardly a sound.
I'm fascinated by the fact that time has stood still in these places while every Irish village and town has been ravaged by modernity (and maybe back again!) these places seem timeless, Mary and I had our honeymoon in Greece in 1981 and I can picture every street in Paros/Ios and even Santorini. Good night because I'l be up at 7.