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... may have taken some more blurry photos through the windscreen, but had to give up as the screen was so disgusting. There were a lot of polytunnels, clearly a very productive and fertile area, but the commentary was very repetitive.
The campsite lives up to the pictures and we have a beautiful beachside pitch.
Spent a lovely afternoon on the beach, we were the only ones, but set the trend and after Penny finished snoring there were 5 other couples ...
... when I went back in the seat completing his paperwork was another Courtmacsherry man who had arrived on his yacht and It's hard to visualise the surprise on his face when I spoke! We said we would meet later for a drink and we toured the town and the woe of the over building and recession is ever present. Apartments for sale, new ones not finished, shops closed or new ones never completed. The layout of the harbour is impressive with yachts ...
... from a slightly intense guitar strumming rhythm build up into a haunting psychedelic wailing for distance that made me shudder but fitted in perfectly with the drive, the sunset, and its position sat on the edge staring at the infinite. After dark I messaged Martin the guy I had met in Roche to see where he was and it was in a campsite only half an hour away, just north of Almeria. [will finish ...
... br> Sunday 16th March 2014
I was about to begin this entry with "Another lazy day...", but, then, I realised, EVERY day is a lazy day, so, I suppose, Sundays are Lazy Days Squared!
Spend the morning reading my book, inbetween numerous attempts to get through to Gary, Susana, Gabriel, on Skype, all with no luck.
Midday, take Kathleen to church, she ...
... continue, so, maybe I am missing something.
At lunch time we cycle to the promenade at Roquetas de Mar, and head for a place called "Bar Aurora". It is staffed by Brits (and possibly owned by them for all I know). It is incredibly popular, people are hovering, ready to grab your seat as soon as you are ready to leave. The other bars / cafes along the promenade are almost empty.
The attraction is the prices I think, for 8Euro, you get a bottle of wine ...