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... but in the calmer sections, five or six feet deep. Since the river was about the temperature of refrigerated water, the wet suits were appreciated.
The banks are thick with tall, dark green grasses and the occasional low-hanging branch is sure to knock you out of your boat. Which is exactly what happened to a (French?) woman almost immediately.
Going down the rapids was the fun part, and between each set of those, we took the opportunity ...
... he stopped in a completely random place by the side of the road, opened the doors and gestures for us to get off.
He then drove off leaving us stood bewildered in the middle of nowhere! It was midday and felt like 40 degrees and nothing as far as the eye can see. Great. So we took the decision to walk back to where we should have got off.
Quite a walk it took about half an hour in ...
... back at the crowds. Some of the girls used tennis rackets to hit the flowers away. The throwing of flowers at the floats continued until all the floats had circled again. Then another canon sounded and the floats left the parade area. At that point, many people from the crowd who had been watching and throwing flowers at the float, ran into the avenue which was now covered in flowers and they all began to throw flowers at ...
Matilda was behaving herself wonderfully. We decided to stick to the motorways once in Spain and by mid-day we had by-passed Valencia and were on the coastal road heading south towards Gandia.
We arrived mid afternoon, parked up and then went in search of somewhere to stay for the three nights we had before we were due to meet up with Les and Tina whose house we were going to look after for the next four months.
... you are in his company. He picked me up at the station and immediately we were exploring his small town and then other nearby small towns. And all days were like this: we woke up in the morning and, as he had to work, he gave me directions for visiting his or another nearby town, then he got three (!) hours of lunch and took me by car to a lot of different places, then on my own ...