Travel Blogs from Sa Coma
... worry about that, Mrs I never get rat ***** will fill in the blanks.
Needless to say there are probably a couple of establishments in Palamos with my piccy behind the bar. Today we leave Spain tomorrow the frogs, what can I say. I will soon return to take charge of my granddaughters cultural upbringing.
Hi Ho Silver.....Awaaaaaaay
Capn P Wash rtd
... Marcia plus 1 or 2 others on a 46 foot Benneteau sailing around the Canaries for a week in early November.
I have been getting some grief from some quarters re the standard of my David Bailey efforts and I must disappoint again. Maybe the Canaries.
As an aside one more dodgey internet connection and I will track Bill down and ram this Toshiba up his ****.
candidate P Wash (the nervous)
... clothing?' And other ****!!!
Well, the platform that the new train was on was all the way to the opposite side... of course!!! So there I went again hauling all my bags down across and up again, plus isn't easy getting all the baggage on the train, either. Some of trains have 2 to 3 steps. Well, I finally got all my stuff on and off we went to my next stop.
... I had an eerie silence that summed up the way we felt. Soon it was back to just us and the road home…. To grow up. Like us, Cadaques is filled with humble possibilities, and has an undercurrent of a collective battle against growing up and developing like the tourist towns surrounding it. Its charm is that it has stayed true to itself. It has managed to keep its independence and character and still functions for the crowds, I hope it keeps this balance as it grows up. ...
have been advised some of my readers think the adventure is over. Wrong!!! I have yet to pass the final practical exam. set for 21 22 sept. So keep reading.e I am now in Palamos on new boat and Paul and I have been cut loose so we are sailing around teaching ourselves. Excellent.
Will post more this weekend.
see photo wearing Ian's wet weather jacket. very nautical