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... has a beautiful beach and a good tourist trade, we did not bother to look any further.
Lovely drive and we crossed the bridge that links Spain and Portugal at 14:43, that was windy enough for the crossing of that bridge it was gusting 30knots and concentration is essential. If you slow down though and forget about the queue held up behind, you will be safe.
This is my first experience in ...
... trees? Anyway we arrive in Faro and our transport shuttle is there to meet us for a leisurely 90 minutes drive to Huelva in Spain. Along the way we see more orange trees. Had to have 3 modes of transport as it's not possible to hire a car in Portugal and drop off in Spain. No trains from Lisbon to southern Spain. All good. Arrived in Huelva Spain around 8 pm, but the sun doesn't go down until 10.30! A quick shower then we hit the street ...
... lots of bashing on the transom, but at least when she turned and the tide was going out we got a rather peaceful mornings sleep.
Having checked the weather and seeing that it was going to blow N'ly quite strong Gen
checked the charts and found a nice bend in the river which should provide us with shelter.
The river, Guadiana is just so pleasant. In places it reminds me of Australia, with the
burnt soil and eucalyptus trees. The river runs in between ...
... itself..! Finally she got stuck in a lined lake and had to be rescued by me leaning down over the lake to fish her out.!!! Needless to say she slept extremely well that evening and most the next day. However all was not well with her little dog body as she has then spent the whole of the next 7 days not being able to walk ...
... up a narrow, shallow channel to Punta Umbria on the Ria Huelva to anchor overnight, and as we left we'd be arriving just as it was getting dark and at low tide. Not a problem, we thought, there should be plenty of water in the channel for a boat with as modest a draught as ours, and we should be anchoring just after the sun set, with plenty of light still to see by.
Well, we were right about the light at least. The channel was ...