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... New York, a couple from Derbyshire, two women from Brighton, a guy from Essex and the tour guide Dylan's dad, ranging in age from about 40 to 60+. We had a quick spin along the beach front, weaving in and out between people, small dogs and random street furniture. It's always a nervous time seeing who's super fit. Some of the folk were very quick but I know they are not always the ones who make it to the end.
We thought we would combine all of the 5 days into 1 blog as the days are repetitive and we couldn't be *****... We are far to busy everyday making the important decision of whether to go to the pool or beach.. Dilemmas dilemmas! Every morning I would go to the bakery at the front of the site IT IS AMAZING!!! Actually the site is amazing and would highly recommend to anyone!.. Anyways the bakery.. Wow!!! I have never seen a selection of fresh breads, pastries, doughnuts, and ...
... Thursday 30 July
Left that anchorage mid morning and headed around the coast anti-clockwise We tried to go to one of the coves which has many caves which were inhabited back in the bronze age, but this crowded so we pushed on a few miles further. Found one cove which was full of motor boats on moorings and one yacht at anchor. Ensured we were secure by dropping our kedge anchor and just took it easy.
Friday 31 July
Headed further anti-clockwise ...
While everyone went to a water park Chris, Les and I drove over to Tossa De Mar today. It is a seaside town with an old walled city. I really enjoyed wandering around the tiny streets looking in the shops. We walked up to the top of the hill then stopped at a restaurant on the way down for lunch. I had duck with a berry sauce then a rice pudding with cinnamon ice cream, yum. Got home at about 5 pm and just taking it easy ...
... for the solar panel but electricity is included in the price so no big deal.. We got semi set up and headed to the shop to get some dinner. BBQ was the most obvious choice and nice and easy so we tucked into that with plenty of San Miguel to wash it down. The campsite supermarket is great, dirt cheap for booze and pretty reasonable for everything else, the strong pound against the euro is really helping this year!! We eventually decided to put the awning up as someone on ...