Hotel Boa Vista
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... the coast. It took about 15 minutes to decide we'd be following them. With the engine sorted once more we left shortly after them and headed further West in good winds making 7-8 knots. Just before reaching Ceidera we decided with the good winds and seas we would carry on to La Coruna which we would reach in another 4 hours if we stayed on course - within 5 minutes Joris was ...
... I drank most of my beer and it was a wonderful relaxed chill out night. The kids brought us a home made card and Marou brought us a ballon and a dolphin he had made,bless them it was really sweet It amazes me how you can make such real friendships with someone you have only know a few days, but that's cruising for you, I wish we had done it years ago everyone we meet is so genuine and friendly, pardon the pun but maybe it's because we're all in the same ...
... 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 ...
... thing to do was to have a beer and a Bacardi and wait to see if we were still floating as the tide turned. All good so we headed off for overdue kip in very calm marina. With the weather not changing for about a week we decide the next day we might as well stock up, fuel up and cook up dinner for 3 nights and head out on Friday across the Bay of Biscay. Wind in wrong direction but nothing too strong so will just be a zig zaggy ...
... lay quietly moored after a day's job done.
Galician architecture has one distinct feature. Balconies are not more than 50 cm shallow and cover the full front of the buildings with panels of small glass windows, probably against the winds. It is such a common and persistent view that one sees them even when they aren’t present. But it can ...