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... abuse of the facility. If the town were to charge each of us 12 only a €5.00, look at the revenue it would generate to pay for the water.
Before I sign off there are several old buildings with roofs collapsed in ready for any Irish person who would like a building challenge in a sunny climate. I had one almost finished last night by the end of the second pint in the café looking across at it. ...
... Oriente Station, the expense probably justified by the weight of one of our bags! It's his washing weighing it down, says Leesa. Lunch is beckoning so we choose a cafe on the lower ground level of the station. Getting comfortable ready to order and then we realise we are in a special "no smoking" section, meaning we are the ones "not smoking". As the tobacco stench consumes our every sense and creates an envelope around us, with our last ...
... 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 ...
After a leisurely morning Hugh and I decided to play golf around Esuri, taking Tia for a walk. The first hole after Hugh suggesting Tia would be ok off the lead, she was straight in the lake chasing ducks..! Quack!!! So she proceeded to run, run and run chasing anything that moved and she swam, swam and swam after any duck ...
... 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 ...