Isla Cristina Palace
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... back in the town and cooking up a barbecue by 17:30 after that it was walk up to the castles and tour the town. Later we sat down in a couple of bars to adjust our palate to Portugese beer but methinks it's the same everywhere………..and I have tested it in a good many places. By darkness there were 12 motorhomes in our parking for the night, it’s a pity that the water is disconnected because ...
... air we asked to be moved and Manuel agrees to move us inside. A short stint on the resuscitator and we are good to go. Nice lunch. Aboard carriage No.81 - only 6 carriages so can't work that one out. Then it's a relaxing 3 1/2 hour trip to the south of Portugal. Faro the destination. Along the way we saw lots of orange orchards, lots of cork trees, more orange trees, lots of little villages with houses all painted white. Did I mention ...
... at high water – ouch! We took our kedge anchor over to them to see if they could winch themselves off, it failed on both attempts the
anchor was too light to get them off the mud. Luckily the marina got in contact with a naval vessel which was around the area (taking school kids out on an adventure) and they towed them off the mud – must say they did have to use some wellie before the boat ...
... is part of the border of Spain and Portugal. Unfortunately the wind was on the nose therefore no sail.
We got the to marina at Ayamonte and discovered it to be quite silted up therefore not enough depth for us to stay in at low water. So we filled our water tanks and then proceeded to anchor just outside the marina.
Monday 18 May 2015
Ventured into the village – quite nice, full of shops and resturants and a good chandlers – which was ...
... was going to be weather bound again for his birthday but he wasn't. We took the dinghy to Tavira, approx 2 mile from where we had anchored and wandered around. A very pretty town with an great old town. One of the churches was very impressive, a blend of baroque and rennaisance styles – the tile work was just splendid –
unfortunately no photography was allowed. The castle ruins were also very impressive. In the middle of the ruins was a very pretty ...