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... had a feast!! Mark didn't miss out either, must be the white flesh, yes we’re the only ones with any white bits (lots of nudist beaches around!)
Penny mistaken as part of the oldie gang this morning, so we’re moving on today!
Temp hitting 25 degrees in the daytime, down to 14ish at night, so no heating required any more, Mark happy to move on at a slower pace, although he didn’t bargain for what he got ...
... 5 euro for an 800gram jar!! Later along the road we bought some olive oil to bring home as we have driven or about 250 kilometres of olive groves as far a the eye can see - both side of the road!! We re in Olive Oil Central- in Spain anyway!! Enjoyed another quick lunch at a tavern in a business area - good food, quick, great prices!! Were going to stay in Valencia - only because it was there and it ...
... so beloved of the female of the species, I am expected to "support", her in her efforts, which, in male speak means suffer alongside her.
I ask you, what fun is there in that?
For today, I have circumvented the rules, under the pretence of going for a healthy walk along the coast (2.5 miles) took her to lunch, ordered a bottle of wine before she could object.
Packing started, well, scooter loaded onto it's trailer and positioned ready for hitch-up.
... apparently, so, Kathleen will be going tomorrow morning, 09:00, too early in the morning for a glass of Red however, even by my standards.
Clocks change tonight, move forward an hour, so, lighter nights.
... to church yesterday evening, because this morning starts with heavy rain, and progresses to torrential rain for the rest of the day! Three days now!
It is getting boring now! Just to give you a flavour of how boring, today, we sat and watched a film, ("Castaway), on Spanish TV, starring Tom Hanks as a marooned Fed-Ex worker, in Spanish!
their departure, presumably to allow their awning and other "outside" gear to dry off.