Iberostar Andalucia Playa
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tolles Abendessen-Buffet, vielleicht ein wenig zu international für meinen Geschmack. Wobei das sicherlich nicht dumm ist, wenn man länger dort ist...
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Just after midnight the wind cam back on the nose and there was no way we could tack due to the massive swell so we plodded on into the dark doing about 5 knots then the wind started building up which slowed us down to 4 Knots then t got up even more 20 plus knots right on the nose, now the wind is not the problem, it's the sea that it makes, the swell was high running ...
Today the engineer came to look at the impeller which is leaking on the port engine, I. Has a sneaky feeling it wasn't going to be good news, it's not the seals which would have been a quick cheap easy job. It's the bearings in the impeller that are shot. So it's an expensive easy job, parts and labour coming in at a cool €555 . We could have done without it, but these things ...
... the bus was 20 mins late and we had to use the 'fans' of a large Canary Island Palm to shelter behind.
The bus was a local ' stopper' which was interesting - it took an hour and a half plus to get to Cadiz.
We searched for the TO but of course we got lost- ...
... The garage couldn’t help, so I unhooked the car and drove to Tarifa to see if there was a garage there that could help. I found one almost immediately on the outskirts of the town. I was assured I could drive the bus without doing any harm and went back. Raewyn drove the car while I drove the bus and was able to park it outside the garage. One of the men spoke good English and after about an hour a mechanic came to look at ...
... Picture your favorite beach town twenty years before it was covered in concrete, buildings and people -when it was rolling green land, farms and sand dunes. Add some sandbars that are undisturbed by jetties, seawalls and runoff. Now sprinkle-sprinkle in pointbreaks, reefs, cervezerias and tapas. This is El Palmar.