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... and taking photos, we were back on the bus and off to a late dinner at a local restaurant.
Some clouds had already began rolling in earlier, so it became easier to walk around in the coolness.
We sat in a large patio area overlooking the village square. The meal was a delicious local fare. Bread and olives to start. Darrell doesn't really like olives, but he tried them and they were awesome. The garlic and salt ...
... br> We decide that a quicker route on map may well be a tertiary and therefore difficult road and decide to take the longer route to our camp near the beach.
To be fair, the camp did not look great on arrival. We decided to stay rather than look elsewhere as I think that both of us had had enough driving and frustration for that day. As we looked for a pitch we were greeted by ...
... filo based cheese and egg pie, a creme caramel type dessert, fruit, toast, jam, honey butter, and cake (a European thing to eat cakes for breakfast). It was nice to eat it on the deck on an already pleasant 22-24 degree and rising day.
It wasn't long after our leisurely breakfast that our booked room was ready so we quickly packed and Manuel took our bags up. It was is two levels up and not by the stair path like the family room, so ...
... t take long to
forget about all of the things that I've done. At least to forget about the minute
details that make it worthwhile. So I will have to post pictures for those days
and hopefully the story will come back to me.
I will try and fill in some of the last days later on as I have time, but for now…
If you are reading this,know that I am safe, and having the time of my life! ...
... a group of packhorses appeared, there wasn't anyone with them, they were just turned out grazing.
An hour later and we were back on Tarmac and heading the 20 or so kilometres to the coast. As we passed through a village there was only just enough space to squeeze through because of pickups parked, the drivers were all stood around a wild boar that they had killed whilst hunting. We found a parking spot next to the beach just as it was getting dark. What an adventure! What a ...