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... beer and some food to cook, knowing we are headed off the beaten path. By beaten path we really mean a gutted, dirt road. Our taxi started taking us north, the beautiful new 2 lane paved road quickly changing to sand, dirt, and pot holes filled with water and gravel. Only another 50 km to our destination, driving 25 kmph, max, as he avoided giant holes and ruts in the pitch dark, tree lined dirt road. I think we only passed 2 other cars and a few random walkers (no idea where ...
... in slightly broken English by a tipsy group of Brazilians. We then headed for some gourmet crepes and joined two Dutch girls we had met on the boat earlier who had coincidentally chosen the same place to eat. We had fun trying to decipher the menu and all the complicated ingredients until luckily the owner asked if we could speak French and Ali was able to put his degree to good use for once. Earlier we had spotted a woman with a chocolate lab (which had made ...
... it was ok to come in. To which the response was a high-pitched but muffled, "No, Nooo, Nooooo...." The owner gave me a rye smile. With a raised voice, she exclaimed. "Look, if you want to do things like that you need to get a private room!". Waiting a few seconds before crossing the threshold I introduced myself to a sheepish looking Israeli girl and her female friend who, saying nothing, turned her back on me and proceeded to ...
... It makes me itch even writing about it! As you can imagine, lots of tears and screams involved to get it sorted as well as taking all my stuff to the laundrette!! Yuk!! I was so upset!!! My room mate Inaya was mortified! Great travel companion, me!!!
Anyway, Inaya (French Algerian: Carine you have competition for my friendship!!!) and I were joined by Savannah ...
... to talk to, sweltering as the only person on the whole speedboat in the sun, coated in a salted jacket of sweat, Matty in the nice cool shade up the back. The engine roars into life and they bounce off thru the sea towards Valencia (they think and hope), with the wind finally offering sweet relief to the heat of the day.
Matty, being sat up the back, was sitting next to an English speaking guy Michael (Michele) and they got talking. After exiting the boat ...