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... adopted mum Dee (don't worry mum your still my number one!) and her tiny Yorkie Lou Lou. Then it's reading for another hour or so before it's round to Dee and Roys for dinner! Best of all Tuesdays and Thursdays is cake day - a man comes round with a van full of huge freshly made cakes all for a euro a pop! It's a wonderful life. However, these sunny times do have one small cloud in the shape of a 60yr old Spanish man whose name I forgot, and so has become Juan! He's ...
... perhaps she did not want to go, and I resigned myself to that fact. Feeling a little disheartened that I was perhaps going to be coming home dog less, my spirits were soon picked up when someone mentioned that they knew of some Dalmatian puppies which needed rehoming. I'm aware that Dalmatians are perhaps not the best breed as they can develop health problems in later life, but how can you say no! It being a Saturday, the shelter was not open, so I ...
... vet in Calais, Dr Christine Petrie, Rue de Washington for Thursday 5th December at 0900 hours; this gives us the rest of the day in Calais to relax and do our final shop before the ferry on Friday morning. It also means a change of plan in that we have to leave Maro on Sunday but can now do so as early as we like and then comfortably drive through to Biaritz in the same day. We may even fit in a stop at Rouen as we drive through ...
... on the blog while Norm drags himself about watching tv and not much else. In the late afternoon, we go out for a bit of a walk to get a few groceries and some fresh air.
Monday and Tuesday end up being slower days though we go for a couple of good walks during the day and later in the evening.
Our last night in Almuñécar we go have a meal at Meson Gala, one of our ...
... and a half hours from the Fabrica.
As usual, the descent is much quicker, especially as I take a somewhat overgrown shortcut lower down to save a kilometre or two. And it's quite a bit warmer too - I even manage to take my cagoule off near the end!
Incidentally, the name Malascamas means "bad beds" - no, I haven't got a clue as to why it was attached to this mountain and, as far as I know, no-one else has either!
(8 hours, 25km, c1200m ascent)