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Sadly we left Combarro and headed south for the next Ria. There was little bit of wind so we got a pretty decent sail in.
We anchored in one of the first bays, it was quite crowded actually. Being a weekend the beach was full of people - mostly naked people we discovered after settling in. Not because of the sights but due to the swell we reanchored closer to the headland where we hoped there would be less rolling about.
The following morning ...
... either reopen or it's supper time.
We happened upon the market as the stalls were clearing up for the day. Bought some shell fish and having spent a little bit of money at this one stall, the owner threw in some local crabs for nothing.
When we got back we ventured in Combarro and enjoyed the local wine in some delightful little bars. This is the life!
... wind has picked up, and in the wrong direction for where we are heading.
We tried for another impressive town written up in the guides but it was not yacht friendly and the anchorages were too exposed to the winds so we headed back across to the other side of the Ria. The anchorages here were not particularly comfortable in the current conditions so we went to the marina for the ...
... a lovely lunch in pretty much the (shopping) town centre.
Went to the bus station to find out times of buses for Santiago - very limited. Back on board with reasonable internet access we found that there are frequent trains. So we spent the evening on board (hoping that we weren't going to drag as there was a pretty strong wind blowing).
In the ...
We set off early afternoon and headed for the next Ria down. We had a pretty good wind with us so ended up sailing pretty much the whole way. We ended up anchoring in a nice little bay near the village Santa Cruz.
the following morning we watched the mussel farmers, cocklers and fishermen. This Ria is full of mussel farms.
In the afternoon in search ...