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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hours of relatively cool temperatures (32) and the great feeling of swimming in the ocean. Somehow ocean salt on your body is better than sweat salt! It is those unexpected and spontaneous stops in tiny villages that help make this trip so great. Drove along the coast and ate at another beach town called Chipiona. It is touristy but with Spaniards and no English spoken at all. With groceries totalling €2.18 we found a ...
... and flamenco clapping. Fireworks over the stadium at the final whistle. They may only be at the level of a small town side at the moment, but these guys know how to turn it on! Founded just 18 months ago, and with two consecutive promotions, they are on their way. Another promotion next year will see them in the same league as the two "bigger" Jerez ...
... of flowers.
The modern town is quite big and bustling. The tourist info was very helpful and welcoming.
We e ventually made our way back to the campsite via the supermarket for a very late lunch and an afternoon in the sun.
Tomorrow is likely to be the last day of really fine sunny weather for a couple ...
... with lobster pots all around, but as the sun strengthened the fog burned off and we had another perfect day, except that there wasn't enough wind to sail. At least the water looks especially beautiful when it's calm and glassy.
The sea temperature increased as we got further east, and by the time we reached our anchorage by Puerto ...
... dinner on the roof of the hostel with Stephanie, my last remaining classmate in town, and her boyfriend Oscar, who gave me good basic lesson on Spanish politics- people vote for a party, not a candidate. That was the night I discovered another new Spanish food- these round sweet, anise flavored flaky crackery/cookie things, so good!
Oh, and last, but by no means least, I ended up getting a B in my TEFL course-woo hoo!!!!!
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