Hotel Porto Bari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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Well, this was supposed to be the first sea day, but now it's sea day #2. We got up after 8am - first time since we got on this trip that we slept past 8, and we did need the sleep.
It was a gorgeous day today - sunny, warm, with a pleasant warm breeze. Many people were sun bathing on the decks. We went to the 10am lecture about the battles of Coronel and the Falkland Islands 1914, which was very good. Then we went to ...
... In a little cafe by the house the owner and his son spoke pidgen english but said we would need to go back to the main road to catch the bus. Then he tried to charge Jack 300 pesos for a small bottle of water which is about 25 pounds!!! We rejected the water and started our trek to the main highway. It took about 20 minutes and thankfully was mainly downhill. At the end of the road we couldn't see a bus stop but joined some other people who seemed to be creating there ...
... here. The sun was scorching and the sand felt like we were walking on hot coals! The beach was packed with holidaymakers and lots of people were in the sea, bodyboarding and jumping the waves which are high and fast! After a spot of sunbathing we went to the sea to cool off, and the cold Atlantic Ocean was extremely refreshing. We spent some time jumping waves and testing out my new waterproof digital camera. We sunbathed some more before some ...
... 50%. Beef, bacon, tomato, onion, lettuce, pickles, mushrooms, olives, cheese and hardboiled egg on a bun. Al said the score now stood at Man 2, Food 1. It was definitely a heart attack on a plate, but there was a man across from me with a very big smile! We were glad for the 20min walk home and then we slept 12hrs to catch up.
We emerged to the most amazing breakfast (they served a version of those baked egg and ham cups we had in Kent). Our ...
... and more helpful, generally. Can you guess the outcome?
As my turn to be served approached, one of the male operators beckoned me forward. I nodded, proceeded forward and gave him my documents through the booth window. Soon he was starting to get agitated and it was as I did not speak Spanish. With him not been able to speak English, we were at an impasse. He gestured towards the clock with his eyes and showed me times of the next buses to Colonia and of the ...