Leo Punta Umbria
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Good start to the day and set our course for Portugal stopping off for a lunch stop at Isla Cristina, which is a bustling fishing port and town. They have good facilities for the fleet; plenty space. They must have some sort of nautical college here as well because the free fall lifeboat training rig was on the quayside. It was a bit rough looking in places with neglect in the rubbish dept. Though one guide book ...
... air we asked to be moved and Manuel agrees to move us inside. A short stint on the resuscitator and we are good to go. Nice lunch. Aboard carriage No.81 - only 6 carriages so can't work that one out. Then it's a relaxing 3 1/2 hour trip to the south of Portugal. Faro the destination. Along the way we saw lots of orange orchards, lots of cork trees, more orange trees, lots of little villages with houses all painted white. Did I mention ...
Saturday 16 May 2015
Today we didn't do too much, however Gen did take a dive to look at what was around the
prop – there was some seaweed left around the p bracket – so it looks as if whatever was on there had come off with the currents. After this we went to the island – the beach is very resortee and leading to the beach there were around 10 or so restuarants.
Sunday 17 May 2015
We left Tavira and headed for Spain or rather the river ...
... itself..! Finally she got stuck in a lined lake and had to be rescued by me leaning down over the lake to fish her out.!!! Needless to say she slept extremely well that evening and most the next day. However all was not well with her little dog body as she has then spent the whole of the next 7 days not being able to walk ...
... the water caught on our propellor as I was manoeuvring us into place, stopping the engine dead at a crucial moment. Fortunately, it started again happily enough before we'd drifted into any other boats and we docked safely, but then marineros appeared, who spoke little to no English, and who couldn't be made to understand that we hadn't put the carpet in the water ourselves. They insisted that we stay until 10 the next morning to speak to their ...