Hotel El Horreo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Santa Marinas to Logoso Thunderstorms again this morning provide the soundtrack to today's route to Logoso. The storm clouds are gathered in the hills behind us but we push on, hoping the brighter skies ahead will create a drier days walking. It's full raingear as the rain falls but the walking is gentle along roads with great views of ...
... as a deluge before was simply a slight shower compared to what started coming down at dinner. And I was a 15 minute walk from home. It rained so hard that the roof in the restaurant was leaking. First they brought out buckets, then I had to relocate (grabbing my placement, food, beverage, silverware, etc) to another table (twice!) to avoid the leaks! (Along with others - it was like a strange dance of musical chairs). After my meal, I ...
... picked up some beach towels and an umbrella from the front desk and hit the beach. We spent the day reading, napping, walking, collecting shells, and sunbathing. It was great! We returned to the same restaurant as the previous night and enjoyed another delicious seafood dinner. Cindy garlic shrimp and me Hake "casserole". Another evening passed relaxing, watching soccer, and reading. This is the ...
... pain and swelling. We continued on seeing Yasmin and one of her friends sitting on the road fixing her blisters so Cheryl offered her some hiker's wool and assisted with further first aid. Yasmin was happy with the treatment and we headed off leaving them there to organise themselves. Up around the corner we came across a man selling fruit and trinkets under a blue tarp that flapped furiously in the wind! I bought a peach, which was delicious, ...
... Peppones and spent an hour people watching. We realized how fresh our food was as we saw divers return with fresh catches which they delivered directly to the restaurants along the port! We were entertained by the delightful sight of a big, burley man dressed in a tight black tee-shirt that displayed manly tattoos on bulging muscles walking with a baby carriage. Only, he wouldn't push it; he was far too manly for that! Instead, he pulled it ...