Beatriz Albacete & Spa
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... play in eighths (not quarters) and Sam's school has spent more than 6 weeks working on getting uniforms (they still play in their PE clothes). Overall it's been a great addition for Sam and our whole family.
In other sports news, Doug decided to try out padel tenis -- it's super popular here. Somewhat of a cross between pickle ball, racquetball and tennis. Being Doug, he started by playing in a tournament here at our local club. He ...
... lunch. Got a few dances after dinner and then up for the syndicate quiz. The question master was not one of the usual people and her questions were rubbish. Suffice to say the winning score was 11/20 and it was not us. The normal winner score has been 16+. Now looking forward to getting ashore in Tangiers. We hope the captain is using a different navigational map from the one showing on the TV in the cabins. The map shows Tangiers almost in ...
Hi...some of you have asked about my blog...yes, it's been MIA (missing in action) lately, probably because we've been living a pretty normal routine. Nothing much to mention as daily life seems to be a bit boring for anyone who's not in the middle of it. But since some of you aren't on Facebook where I post the "routine" stuff I'll try to bring things up to date.
We have plenty of upcoming travels while should be blog worthy. ...
... car. ALSO there was these great big balls up on top of walls around the port. They were pretty hard so they have been there for a while, but I would hate to meet the sheep who left them there. Imagine trying to herd them up - RRRRR.
We then floated on the big floaty thing over to a place they used to fight bulls. Luckily they don't do that anymore. They called this place Barcelona but it is now called Dogselona (hee hee hee). This place ...
... s a townhouse in the outskirt of Valencia. Carmen, the owner, welcomed us with their cute puppies. (Yes, I was happy. :)) We dropped off our luggage, rested a little, and decided to drive down to the beach for dinner. It was supposed to be just a 15 minutes drive, but of course it took us about 30 minutes. Oh well. We found an outside table in one of the seaside restaurants and enjoyed the last bits of sunlight and food. It was a ...