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... had a feast!! Mark didn't miss out either, must be the white flesh, yes we’re the only ones with any white bits (lots of nudist beaches around!)
Penny mistaken as part of the oldie gang this morning, so we’re moving on today!
Temp hitting 25 degrees in the daytime, down to 14ish at night, so no heating required any more, Mark happy to move on at a slower pace, although he didn’t bargain for what he got ...
After a light brekky we once again enjoyed wandering the cobblestone streets of Ubadar - so different in the morning sunlight.We would have done a walking tour but today they were all in Spanish - no good to us!! But we found an olive company that has been operating since 1829 and he had us tasting olives - easy to say yes to a tasty tub of green olives infused with chilli, that melt in your mouth AND ...
... so beloved of the female of the species, I am expected to "support", her in her efforts, which, in male speak means suffer alongside her.
I ask you, what fun is there in that?
For today, I have circumvented the rules, under the pretence of going for a healthy walk along the coast (2.5 miles) took her to lunch, ordered a bottle of wine before she could object.
Packing started, well, scooter loaded onto it's trailer and positioned ready for hitch-up.
... then Kathleen heads off to church.
It is the week before Easter, Palm Sunday weekend, to the un-initiated. The Spanish are beginning to arrive in force for their Easter break.
Lots of grumbling from the ...
... the last of their outside gear dry and packed, so, they will be off tomorrow morning (8:00 according to Anna-Lauren) so, we will have to up to wave them goodbye.
As our time to leave (Wednesday next) approaches, Kathleen is becoming restless, constantly going through the campsite book, double checking that our selected sites and aires are in fact ...