Las Sirenas Hotel
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... to see the sights of Vilalba but to be honest this does not take long. We sit in the sun at a bar round the corner for a beer and then its back to the Parador for our free glass of wine we get as members of the Amigos de Paradors. The food at this Parador still isn't great with more quantity than quality but a bit of an improvement. The walls in the bedrooms are paper thin. Hopefully the neighbours will settle ...
... marina up the river. Sun having gone down it made for an interesting crawl up the river as we were nearly at low tide and the depth gauge was showing zero on more than one occasion, but the book said there was enough water!! If all else fails we will just throw out the anchor said Eric!! We managed to edge in and slip onto a pontoon by moonlight with no water under us apparently but still seemed to be floating at midnight so ...
... the same idea as laundry queue was worse than McDonalds on a Saturday afternoon! A very welcome sleep after 2 nights at sea meant we did not get away very sharp the next morning. Hey ho - still lots of miles to go so sleep important as long legs ahead of us as we cross the Bay of ...
Still cloudy this morning. But we hear sun is on its way.
We had a nice breakfast at the hotel and on our way to the next place Vilalba. On route, we have visited a few places along the coast.
Playa de Xago - This is a beautiful less crowded beach recommended by the hotel owner. Apparently Woody Allen filmed a scene for "Vicky, Christina, Barcelona" here.
Then, we drove towards further west to this lovely looking fishing village of Cudillero. Small ...
... very little wind to contend with and then there other parts where there were some really strong gusts.
We headed out past the headland and encountered very uncomfortable conditions, strong wind on the nose and 3m waves so we decided to turn around and head back to the bay.
Getting closer to the harbour we switched the engine on and, it's as if we jinxed the situation, we had no power, so we had to anchor under sail. That wasn't ...