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Travel Blogs from Cantabria
... I'd forgotten my buoyage system and was heading for the wrong side of it. Alarmed, and thinking I was about to risk running us aground, I threw the wheel over and turned us hard to squeeze between the gap between pontoon and buoy, only just skimming by it with our left bow, while he stared at me in bewilderment. My original course would have been fine, of course, but at least I know I can do some pretty tight manuoevring.
The wind was a pain all day - almost useless most of the ...
... asked if we had any paper.
When it emerged they wanted €25 per day for the privilege of tying ourselves onto a floating ball of rubber we decided not to bother and motored 500 yards upriver to anchor instead. And it was idyllic; mountainous surroundings, calm peaceful water, perfect holding - unfortunately a small storm arrived the next day so we weren't able to enjoy it much, but still. The beach we were next to was clearly a ...
... the sun came out and my stomach calmed down, so I went to sleep in the cockpit leaving Mister Kitty all on his own. He was very gracious about it, though, as napping helps with the nausea, and only woke me up so I could steer us into the harbour.
This was a longer process than you might expect; the harbour is vast, the initial harbour wall lying about four miles out from the cluster of marinas and moorings in the inner harbour. It's also a little pathetic; the once ...
... sun came out and dried our tent off just in time to pack it away.
It is sad to leave the camp ground and Santander. We love it here.
We decided we could save some money and walk to the bus stop of the second bus we needed to catch. It was a nice walk and it was warm!!!! Hopefully the warm weather stays with us.
When we got to the train station the ticket prices had tripled. We checked at the bus station and they were the same. It's going to be ...
... the sun or eating. The white walls are all covered in climbing roses, the gardens were immaculate and large, the ocean is crystal clear and inviting (until you touch the 12 degree water), and the whole town feels happy.
We walked until we found a little cafe serving coffee.... Now was the time to try our words. We said what we thought meant "we would like two black coffees please, no milk", and out came two black coffees with no milk... Win! They were the smallest coffees ...
- Free parking