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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Friday, September 12, 2014
At Sea today. Our only sea day on this particular voyage. The ship, though crowded, is rather subdued thank goodness.
We spent the day on deck 12, the pool deck in the shade. We read all the day long. I'm closing in on the final chapters of Catherine’s life….588 pages goes quickly when written with such enthusiasm and language as it is. This book is so easy for me to enjoy.
... and would occasionally talk to one of the locals as they walked by our table. We had a local wine, literally grown in the valley that was wonderful! It was a memorable evening between the views, the meal, and our discussions with Frank about the local area and culture. If you're in the area, this is a 'do not miss'. In fact, we would come back again, just for another meal at the El Muelle!
This is why we came to southern Spain!
This morning we woke up with the sun trying to break through the drapes. SO BRIGHT! Well, we did NOT stay up to see the Rock of Gibraltar…we passed through the straight between midnight and 1am. UM….HELLO…..maybe we should have scheduled this for a DAY TRANSIT! Just saying! No one asked my opinion, and they DO have a schedule to maintain…..but REALLY? I wanted to see it….by daylight. ...
... also suffocating on everyone else's smoke. Yuck! Manchester lost so we finally left and went to an amazing cocktail bar on the port. Best cocktails ever! Made with fresh fruit and all the works. Loved it!
Today it was mainly packing and all the rest of it but later in the afternoon we made our way to Marbella. I had been saying for days that I wanted to try traditional Spanish churros because they originated ...
... and a-paddling in the Med we went - Corrie included. The sea was very cold.
We sat on the beach until the sun had quite dried the sand off our toes while we watched Corrie mooch around. He doesn't seem too bothered about having sand in his toes. Afterwards we thought we might go inland up into the hills for lunch so we programmed Rhoda to get us to a town called Coin.
Those pesky Spanish road-builders have ...