Hotel du Port
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... is fab and air conditioned. Chilled for a bit then all showered then found a basic but great tapas bar - friendly service and fab food and cheap to boot. Finished with a wander up la rambla and into the barri gotic. Lovely evening. Kids managed to persuade us to play a few games of cards so not a very early ...
... said was a "Mexican sprint".
When we got back we went back to bed and slept until 10am. We were going to go to Spain today but we only had time to go to Collioure because we got up so late.
On the way to Collioure we stopped at an Aire de to get Gazole, I could see advertising which is my favourite brand of undies. I have been looking everywhere for one of their Tour de France undies and the Aire de had them. I couldn't believe it! They only had 2 of the ...
It was the hottest of days - 38 degrees! We were wilting by the time we got to Latour bas Elne. As last year, it's a good place. 3 km from the beach, less than 5 mins drive to the shops and all the facilities you need. The setup takes about an hour and a half - always in the hottest time of day. And we had too large a 'tapis' and had to fold it up for the sake of the grass. So it was off to the beach at St Cyprien to cool down. The forecast was for cooler weather, but Tuesday ...
... was teaming with millions of kids so we chose beach and found a quiet spot under trees for some shade. It was already 30 degrees so we hunted down the sea for a cool off and once again the beaches were packed and not just for 500 meters but for 10 km. Its quite an education for us Kiwi's that are used to having a deserted beach whenever we want one. Not so many naked people today as you tip toe your ...
... get inebriated.
Tomorrow the Spanish will welcome me as I hit Dali-land (Cadaques) and tell see if its as beautiful as I've heard. It's been recommended by, amongst others Mr Davide Zoicas so I'm confident of being spoilt by its scenic pleasures. However, I must put in a wee proviso here. If the sun beats down like an old school parent would on a irascible child then I may relax and welcome it onto my saturated skin. But, ...