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... enough to swim in for the first time this year (I do mean only just though, it was quite a shock when I jumped in!) and we spent the afternoon sunbathing and feeling obnoxiously self-congratulatory.
We got into a marina today so we've bought ourselves some fairly cheap champagne so we can celebrate with 2-Blue - now it's time to enjoy our time in these Galician rias - supposedly one of the most beautiful cruising grounds in the world.
... though - and while the anchorage here in the Ria de Camariņas is very pretty we won't actually get a chance to see it; we're moving on tomorrow so we can round one of the last Big Bads, Finisterre, which has a fearsome reputation. But we're hoping we'll have picked our day well enough not to have an issue.
And after that it'll be about three weeks in the Rias, all along one 30 mile stretch of coast, which should be very relaxing (and also very sunny).
... on an island of your relaxing vacation. Surrounded in beautiful vines, gorgeous patio overlooking the hills of Deia, fresh meat and cheese, and last but not least, a gin and tonic menu. I hadn't converted Anthony yet, but after drinking 6 of the 8 of the drinks on the menu, he was a believer. The village cafe put a new spin on the G&T that have influenced us since we left.
2. Laying on a ...
... and a bit of shopping we walked out to the point, this is where the church is located on a rocky point, which dates back to 1719. This was the location in the movie where Sheen spread the remainder of his sons ashes.
No one expected the impact this place was going to have on us. We all went our own way and spent time alone. This place meant far more to me than Santiago in that the journey was completed, we can't go ...
... sun set at 9:55pm, exactly as my poor little phone predicted. The changing hues of blue and other colours that appeared in the sky and on the clouds were gorgeous, and the smooth line of the horizon was only broken by three ships that slowly became clearer as time wore on. Behind us, the clouds on the mountains of the coast went from grey to purple to black and the sky was amazing to look at from night to light. Once the sun reached the sea, ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed