Lobosol Paradise Apartments
Travel Blogs from Corralejo
... collection of burrows that runs for kilometers on end next to the road. Dozens of rabbits grazing the field quickly hop back into one of their many holes as I cycle past them. It´s a sight I never bore of. It´s the cuwtest thing ever.
Unfortunately as I neared Sevilla on the final day of rain I reached a part in which all of the countryside next to the road was flooded. It did not occur to me what this meant for the bunnies, until I saw 2 big ...
... cosy iin the cockpit now. I can see that cockpit being great in high latitudes. Its not pretty but it works.
So an enforced lazy day on Red Dwarf. I dont like lazy days. I am ok for a few hours then I get bored. (and people still wonder why winter drives me nuts)
Might have to suit up and go shopping...after a nap.
... then make it hot!!! This is bloody luxury.
No, not just luxury, It is also an aphrodeisac.
Its a well known come-on to ask if there is water for a shower with a wry grin. Hell, for yachties without running water, a hot shower is almost foreplay.
Life is good.
Today was also fuel system day. I have been chasing filters and belts for a couple of days(welcome to spain) but organised the jerry cans of deisel in the cockpit lockers so ...
... and flew for ages and ages before entering the water. They are tiny fish but it’s astonishing to see them fly.
A gorgeous yacht was also anchored in the cove and we chatted to the owner on the beach a little later. For those interested it was a 67’ Discovery custom built for the owner. Obviously mega-rich but he came over to say 'hi’ to us when we had gone ashore to the beach café. Again it was delightful sitting there ...
... the decks. Hardstands are really dirty places at the best of times, but this hardstand is dirt so dust is a major pain. plus the fine morocan dust that floats across constantly.
A rose by any other name would still smell as sweet. A boats name though is important. It should mean something and reflect the personality of the crew. The old name was obviously personal to the old owner but means nothing to us. It must change.
The pop of a cork started the name change ...