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Travel Blogs from Santillana del Mar
... We're now anchored by another beach a little way from the town itself, hoping fervently that we'll be able to leave tomorrow at low water (we're theoretically in a deep hole right now, but the channel back out gets alarmingly shallow in places). It's cloudy today, and cooller than yesterday, but the Spanish are evidently hardier than you'd expect - they're merrily swimming away in water that was cold enough ...
... s safe and well (and with a litter of kittens).
Immediately afterwards a customs boat turned up, but that was something of a non-event actually, although it always feels a little dramatic. They just filled in a form, exchanged a few pleasantries, and then went off to do the same to 2-Blue, who are anchored next to us.
We'll be travelling every day (barring weather/work issues) for a little while now, so updates may be scarce, but I'll try to at least keep the map updated.
... Other campers came to see what we were doing, no one spoke English. But they marvelled at our 1km of strawberries we were eating. Who knew eating strawberries could be so messy. They got warm in the sun, and we weren't paying much attention....delicious! Still stuck in our cloths tho.
After dinner we went for a walk around the headlands and got back to the tent just in time. The thunder, lightning and rain are perfect to fall asleep to.
In the ...
... mouthful and no more. However, that one mouthful was delicious and strong! Just a little different to the bowls of coffee in France.
We asked for the bill, paid and thanked the man...shocked at the next to nothing price. No screw ups this time around.
After coffee we had a picnic in the park next to the ocean. Couscous, cold and not cooked, but still....better than more Nutella bread.
As our walk continued, we found a palace, seals, penguins, ducks, and all kinds ...
... the people are much larger.
The people speak super fast here, and we soon became very aware that our small amount of self taught Spanish wasn't going to get us far. We can ask questions but have no idea what the person says when they answer. The first time we could ask and also understand the reply was exciting. The Spanish we are learning is South American Spanish which is different to the Spain Spanish. S is th and it all sounds funny, but ...