Le Yaca et Le Y
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... clothes, I did purchase a dress & crossed my fingers that it fit.
Returned to the house to have lunch & what a lunch it was! Fresh radishes, fennel, mortadella from Italy, celery slaw, baguette, rotisserie chicken ~ I know I'm missing a few items, but managed to eat my way around the table!
We had been going non-stop, so the afternoon was a leisure one.
For dinner the ...
... ditched them both & was next to Gabe helping herself to his Legos, her older sister soon followed.
After dinner we went to an outdoor night market that was situated next to the water, it didn't have as much as the morning market, but it was nice to stroll around with the warm sea breeze. I don't want to get Gabe in trouble, but he was treated to the candy vendor & then hooked the floating whales for a toy. He's so sweet, walking out ...
... Success. We had money!
Finishing off our shopping, we couldn't be picky with what we bought. €99c for two cartons of soup and €35c for a baguette was our dinner sorted! On approach to the car, there was a lady who reversed parked into the space next to us. Her car was smashed to bits to say the least, when she got out she looked at her car skirt. "****" she said concerned about the car skirt, when that was the least of her worries! In ...
... her kids and changed her email details. For privacy reasons we weren't allowed to go further than the foyer but it was lovely. Stopped for a drink at a quaint outside cafe and met a lovely young American couple who couldn't remember where their hotel was and they had food etc in their car. Went to a great bag shop but didn't buy, before struggling back to the tender boat after 7 hrs on foot. Tired but happy, back to ...
... couldn’t take the time to have breakfast and then we wanted to have a look around the markets before they closed. We eventually sat down in a little cafe for brunch about 11.30 am. After lunch we walked around the coast and houses that are right next to the water, then up to the Citadel where you had a great birds eye view. There is a cemetary right on the waters edge at the point. Prime land to say ...