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Today we were in the city of Cádiz, Spain. Despite the very strong winds, the pilots & bridge team managed to bring Britannia alongside safely, and on time. Grampa still isn't well so we took Bet around with us. The winds didn't settle to it was hard to get around the city. We went to some shops and returned to ...
... for miles as we battled against the strong winds whilst paddling in the Atlantic. We ambled into the old town where Señor y Señora settled down at a small sheltered bar for lunch. It was blissfully warm as I coiled under the table awaiting tit bits.
On our return, at around 4.30pm and as though making a great sacrifice, Señor gathered up his crosswords, and announced that he was going to let Señora y me have some time and space - he was off to ...
... overlooking a now spoilt beach, that has seen an invasion of Pommy tourists park themselves there on a more permanent basis to the extent where it is basically a Spanish version of Surfers Paradise. The old town however is lovely, with huge white baroque churches lining the streets along with narrow laneways filled with shops, tapas bars and restaurants. Weddings were on the agenda being a Saturday, with suits and dresses to be seen at nearly every ...
... paella; Lauren's Spanish was worse than mine and his English wasn't too good either. Oh well... I think she was glad to be leaving the next day. Afterwards we wandered back to the hostel and went to bed like good little children :) Thursday 4 April 2013: Woke up early and had breakfast, checked out and walked to the bus station with Lauren. She was leaving for Algeciras and me for Cadiz. I was sad when she left, like I am sad when all my friends leave me :( but we'll keep ...
... said in Spanish, so we scarpered! My lesson began on how to use the outboard and I got us back to the boat in one piece…yay!
As soon as we were back on board I stripped off, cossie on and into the water to cool off. Heaven! The current was very strong so I didn’t let go of the boat or T3 but it was lovely to cool the skin down. We both went in again later when the tide was slack. Steve wanted to try to get to the impellor again but ...