Hotel de La Plage
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... and David and I walked into town. Fifty minutes each way! It is such a pretty town and being Sunday it was particularly busy. Brought back old memories of the last time we were here with Robyn and Richard. Actually found the Hotel Magenta where we stayed. David has gone back into town this afternoon with Viv and Ian to show them the sites. They will be back I'm sure to watch the Australians play Argentina in the rugby. Watched the game and celebrated! Had ...
... for a while so he could get some rest.
The next few hours weren't all that interesting - the sun came out and the miles went by. We were starting to feel very pleased with ourselves - but when we were only about 10 miles away the wind and waves started getting a bit high. We reefed once, then reefed again when the wind was maintaining over 22 knots. Suddenly we noticed that our reef had come out all by itself because part of our furling system had snapped off - at this point ...
... the beach, and that's where we are now comfortably ensconced. They have excellent free wifi, and a nice small camp, the people and the facilities are good, so we'll stay for 2 days I think.
... We then tried to find our bus stop for the return trip which proved to be a bit of a challenge. There are various road works taking place here and so bus stops are being temporarily re-sited and after walking around the town for about half and hour Ei eventually managed to find the right one and we were once again reunited with Wanda. Whilst writing this we are waiting for the Municipal Police to arrive as we have been told that they are the chosen ones to collect ...
... so there should be swell, sadly
it’s not arrived yet, but it’s fun. The crowd out the back speak in every
language, and are mellower than back home. There are some good surfers, but
less testosterone and plenty of waves, sadly nothing more than 2 ½ foot. Still
surfing remains the best cure for boredom for a certain teenage boy and the
best way to get him out of bed. Even though the surf is not much, I catch
myself looking for the ...