Hotel Don Miguel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was raining when we left our anchorage, disappointingly, but the weather cleared before too long and we hoisted our spinnaker to sail the 30 miles to Garrucha.
We were expecting that we'd have to go into the marina here, and as we got further up the coast this went from likely to inevitable. The wind picked up and we changed to white sails, with sizeable ...
... I'm still getting out of Spain! Easy drive north to the site I posted pics of on my way down. Not very adventurous am I but it is magnificent so why not? Swim. Hot sun very warm pool. To bar and an English couple just arrived from Cambridge were chatting in English so of course I joined in! An hour later back to van to cook one of ...
... will resume in October. Actually so named after the owner, Mr Fox (or did they say another animal from UK ? ) Mr Badger has handed over the business to another English couple to run on a day to day basis but we met him tonight about to go out for a bike ride. A badger in a cycle helmet?! Another excellent meal. - pie night. All freshly cooked. Badger and leek not on the menu, however, but Chicken and leek a very acceptable alternative . And so back to Trace's for brandy on the roof ...
... feelings of guilt as Pete drinks his zero zero brew while the rest of us quaff the real stuff. Then he does enjoy the late night brandy back on the terrace in the moonlight. And, of course, our enjoyment was made even greater by the England win against Switzerland which we watched the second half of with both goals! Drunk a toast to absent friends and family and Danny ...
... Pauline Williams, and other folk and had a very friendly welcome. There are lots of English people who live in the region and will drive for over an hour to worship together, which is quite special. Alison Rogers, Duncan's daughter, is currently head at Braeburn, Arusha. So, a memorable high church communion in a particularly high church on a hill. Back to the house where the Scott's had a swim and I concocted a lunch for us all, using the sort of things ...