La Almendra y El Gitano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... leftover burgers with some green beans I had bought from camp shop and some of a huge portion of frites from restaurant! Not so healthy but finished with an apple - is that compensation? It's nearly dark now as I sit outside the van and can hear the sea lapping on the beach. A few pics taken this morning from the apartment. Lala salama . ...
... supermercado where I was able to replenish stocks for my return north drive, starting tomorrow. Back to chez Scott for lunch and siesta. Last swim in the warm pool and out for last evening in this very chilled resort. Drinks on the beach first, to one of my favourite bars with free tapas. Not heeding Al's warning not to overdo it just before dinner, Pete and I tucked in to seafood in sauce and squid! On along the coast to 'Badgers '. They are apparently unphased by the news ...
... feelings of guilt as Pete drinks his zero zero brew while the rest of us quaff the real stuff. Then he does enjoy the late night brandy back on the terrace in the moonlight. And, of course, our enjoyment was made even greater by the England win against Switzerland which we watched the second half of with both goals! Drunk a toast to absent friends and family and Danny ...
... to have a quick chat with a few people and the quite 'high church' tradition service began with the speaker, Duncan Burr, welcoming some very special visitors from Kenya! Which was nice. A very sincere and moving communion service, very traditional Anglican with sung responses all through and a good talk about loving and not judging people. Ended with the Eames' family hymn, 'O Lord my God, when I in awesome wonder' which was very moving! Chatted to ...
... tea towels and car stickers.
Our restaurant for dinner was perched on top of a building giving spectacular views across the plains below and the coastal towns way, way below. A memorable meal in a memorable setting with memorable company! Pete has discovered a drinkable local beer called, appropriately, 'zero-zero' which means he nobly does the driving!
So another day draws to an end with a brandy on Al and Pete's terrace before sleep.