Hotel Barrosa Palace
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We had rain overnight and it was still raining when we prised ourselves out of bed to discover we were out of water as I said in an earlier post I thought the water meter was broken after a steaming row about how to get at the water which is off the Aire down one way streets we filled up and broke the water tap and poured most of Spain's water down the drain. By which time we were both laughing. I think our water meter ...
... try quite hard to get a sneaky peek but had no luck. We visited Aldi, you know when your a real yachtie - a supermarket gets you really excited ! Paul is going to take us in the car so we can do a 'big shop' and save poor Mollies wheels a battering from the half hour back to the boat fully loaded. When we got back I went to look under the salon lazaret to see what we were in most need of replenishing in the food stores - it was ...
... hard to imagine looking at the empty blue bay of the horrors that must have occurred there in just a few hours.
As we struggled back across the sandspit, the sky darkened and black clouds rolled in and we had to pedal like hell to get back to the campsite and rescue our washing before the rain started. ...
... must have been making a whistling noise when I drove to empty the tanks but was masked by the noise from the microphone on the back camera we use when manoeuvring. It became apparent as I drove towards the main road. The noise appeared to be coming from the front of the bus, not the engine, which is at the back. I took the cover off and couldn’t see anything, rang StingrayRV for help and finally found a small hose had come ...
... dinner on the roof of the hostel with Stephanie, my last remaining classmate in town, and her boyfriend Oscar, who gave me good basic lesson on Spanish politics- people vote for a party, not a candidate. That was the night I discovered another new Spanish food- these round sweet, anise flavored flaky crackery/cookie things, so good!
Oh, and last, but by no means least, I ended up getting a B in my TEFL course-woo hoo!!!!!
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