Apartamentos Las Faluas
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... over the big climb and Martin shuttled to the top. He was so excited to get to take the downhill at full speed without me. He cycled on to lunch at 33.5 miles with elevation gains of 3815 ft and max speeds of 45 mph. Lunch was on the water in Playa de Mogan where we watched scuba, swimming and beach goers. It was a fantastic coastal paradise. We shuttled back to the hotel with me drinking lots of electrolytes. Our hotel room was the darkest room I ...
... of how the sand dunes were formed. It was such a peaceful way to end the day. Back at the hotel we enjoyed a special Christmas eve dinner prepared for us. We enjoyed salmon appetizer, lobster soup, cod for me, duck for martin and delicious gingerbread and ice cream. We shared dinner and wine with Roy and Billie. They own a home in Lake Toxaway NC in the area near Highlands. It was a lovely ...
... elevation. I learned a *********** and made sure to get my own maps, phone and phone numbers from now on. The hotel was a very nice rustic lodge style hotel. The group met for drinks and some getting to know each other. Everyone commented it was cold and hard climbing. Jakob our leader promised a beach at the end of day two. Dinner was a full buffet with amazing amounts of food. Everyone in Spain eats so late making it a fast event for us so I can get to ...
We slept in and ate breakfast buffet on the 23rd floor restaurant. We headed down to the beach to check on where we have to meet the group tomorrow. The beach is full of vacationing families and many people taking surfing lessons. We walked up and down enjoying an outdoor lunch ...
... everyone! Wish me fair winds!
PS: If you want to follow our progress, our position will be updated regularly on the website: www.sailblog.com. Just enter the boat’s name “Aolele.” Please remember though that if we don't move for a few days it is normal because it will be updated every 2-3 days. And if its more than a few days it may only mean we're having issues with our satellite phone connection for updating it. Don't panic! ...