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... We have some wine and gin etc but will probably need to reprovision along the way, even if more expensive, as we need to keep hydrated.
In the afternoon we went to a little family run bar / resturant we visited briefly the day before. They were really happy to see us back and we couldn't ask for a better paella (cooked by the daughter) if we tried.
Later we visited the fishing harbour (a bit too early) and bought some locally caught red
prawns and bonito.
... of a moth flying in, nevertheless we're quite shocked by the discovery.
Moved further north and anchored in a very pleasant bay. Got a lovely sail in.
Friday 26 June
Left the anchorage,
which was very peaceful, and headed for Cartegena. In the afternoon wandered around the town, which is rather pleasant.
In the evening, just by the marina a stage was assembled and a DJ and band played until
the early hours of the ...
... went to Isla de "Tabarca", an island in the Mediterranean. Only 68 people reside here permanently. Tabraca is a beautiful fishing village with incredible beaches. Many people believe that Saint Paul visited there. After I arrived, I walked the entire span of the small island. The houses were very quaint. Before my trip, I read that they had excellent seafood. I decided to eat at a restaurant, and was not disappointed. Initially, I was skeptical to eat octopus. However, it was ...
... They are everywhere... even when the only real option is to go straight on!
In a lot of towns they take great pride in their rotunda with displays of trees, art, vintage construction vehicles and naval equipment. If we had more time we could start a book to catalogue all the different ones and research the histories behind them, but that can wait until next time.....
The more complicated roundabouts even confuses the SatNav. This has warned us on a couple ...
... easier routes before it became to hot and we headed back down and out to the coast again.
Pilar de la Horadada is another developed area of the coast but at least most of the properties are individual houses and it does have some nice small beaches. So after a couple of days climbing it was time to chillout on the beach, or by the pool back at the campsite.