Hotel Fuerte Conil - Costa Luz
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Today we were in the city of Cádiz, Spain. Despite the very strong winds, the pilots & bridge team managed to bring Britannia alongside safely, and on time. Grampa still isn't well so we took Bet around with us. The winds didn't settle to it was hard to get around the city. We went to some shops and returned to ...
... Atlantic coast. Thank goodness, unlike the shanty town dwellers and package holiday makers, we were in a motorhome and could escape quickly.
Camping Rosadela - Conil De La Frontera 8 Marzo 2015 50k south of Cadiz
The contrast was startling. Golden sands, a town that had not grown cancerous with the profits of tourism and a camp site with space, plenty of it and facilities to dream for.
A long ambladura to the beach via ...
Good morning, and welcome as always to yet another day of touring and adventuring. The weather thus far has been mixed to some extent, however it has been predominately fine and sunny in Spain, and today would be no exception, with a sunny day and a top temperature of 27 degrees Celsius.
I woke at approximately 9:30AM, and after a rather ordinary Saturday morning breakfast, we checked out of the La Casa Del Pozo Santo, and headed down to Imagen car ...
... day in Sevilla, so I was determined to do something. So I went on the free walking tour, and it rained the whole time!! Screw you Spain!! And the whole time I just kept thinking 'oh, it'll stop raining soon, I won't leave yet!' But it didn't stop. So I walked around Sevilla all morning in the rain, with a hangover and with stomach cramps! Booooooo!!!! Oh but it did eventually stop raining, I once the tour was over and I was back at the hostel drying off, of course!! ...
... we would launch Thunderbird 3 for a trip to the 'ghost town’ of Sancti Petri and find a café and shop. Steve decided that it would be a good time for me to learn how to use the dinghy and outboard so we went off to the quay and landed on the slip by the sailing school. By the way, every town/harbour/marina that we have been to has had a sailing school and the number of youngsters learning to sail and having huge fun has been a delight to see. It ...