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- Swimming pool
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... a table. They told us we could come "early," at 9:00pm.
At this point, it was well after 5:00pm and we had a 6:00pm tasting scheduled with a family winemaker in Gratallops. The girls elected to not join us for this one, so we went back to the hotel, dropped them off, and then walked about three minutes to reach the winery, which was enclosed in the middle of the town, inside a 400-year-old family manor, purpose built over a wine cellar. There were no signs ...
... as you could see. The towns are sprinkled everywhere and joined by an excellent network of well maintained roads. That said, the roads are all extremely narrow and invariably windy. It became a running joke that the roads were all well marked, with white lines drawn to indicate the outer edges and the median. That said, the roads' width would vary widely, but not the lines, so more often than not the lane in which I was driving was a foot or more too ...
... rear right side of the van lurched upwards. I didn't stop, as I was trying my best to get the van into the channel between two buildings, and make the final drive push up a 30-degree incline to the hotel. I barely cleared the sides, and then asked those in back, "What the hell was that?" To which I heard, in unison, "there were stairs." What? Stairs? Where? No time to worry, as the tires of the van were beginning to slip on the marble cobblestones. I ...
The campsite was very good but because it is surrounded by flooded rice fields and salt marsh it was plagued by mosquitos. We did get too many bites but they are annoying!
One thing we did do on the way to Eucaliptus beach was give Florance a much needed wash. We had filled up with fuel and got a deal on an automated car wash. With hindsight it was a bit of a gamble, but she came out clean and undamaged.
... all of our beautiful surroundings. We have been able to do this absolutely free!
One of our other jobs is to harvest carobs. These are black seed pods which grow on carob trees and look a bit like a dried up black bananas. Most of the carobs are on the floor, and there are hundreds of them, so it is just a case of picking them up and putting them in sacks, sounds easy but it is a killer on the knees and the back! The carobs are then taken ...