Best Western Hotel Samantta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so it was a good job that the harbour wasn’t any fuller!
It was a gorgeous, balmy evening and we enjoyed a salad on deck, accompanied by water – time to dry out a little after the last two weeks’ indulgences. Then, we watched an hour of downloaded TV – we have enough now to see us home (!) and to bed, whilst our more robust neighbours were lighting barbecues, going to the sauna and so on – and they still were on their way by 05:00 the following ...
... 8217; – a mosquito repellent recommended on the Cruising Association web site, the repellent used by the Swedish armed forces and which Richard had bought over the internet. It certainly was effective, Rosemary poor girl, had her scalp targeted by the horrible creatures as she hadn’t used any whereas the rest of us remained itch free once we’d used it. The walk was very pleasant, less so for Rosemary, it was boarded ...
... the cockpit down. It’s surprising the difference this canopy makes, it gives an area to hang wet clothes in, so that by and large the main living areas stay dry and damp-free.
Of course, having arrived we wanted to explore so, suitably kitted out with waterproofs, we went for a stroll. Firstly, we needed to ascertain the toilet and shower arrangements and fortunately, there was a boat owner nearby who gave us the codes to the electronic ...
... a multilinguist working behind a meat counter in the UK!
There is not much more to report on the day other than we put the canopy up in readiness for the poor weather promised for tomorrow, not a nice day for Richard to be arriving. Speaking of Richard and the others, the blog may take a different form for the next couple of weeks and also may be intermittent – it depends upon what we do and where we are.
Finally and amusingly and an illustration ...
... afield. On the side of one of the buildings and covered in cobwebs, I found some sockets that seemed to have wires leading to them. The trouble was, our leads weren’t long enough and whilst I was in the process of trying to bodge something together, a fisherman turned up in his van and pointed to the original power pole and sure enough, there was one unbutchered wire supplying one socket, hidden underneath and this worked. Not that we need electricity, ...