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... sensor or some hick-up in the computer. In any case we're not concerned for now.
Some other teams did encounter problems. A leaking radiator for one team and an overheating engine for another team. Luckily both were fixed and arrived safe and sound in Sotogrande. The biggest challenge is for the team which has a broken clutch. They ordered a new clutch plate via internet and are waiting now in their hotel for the new plate to arrive so they ...
... for a couple of hours around the commercial area of Algeciras looking for a cafe. We would have got coffee faster if we had been looking for a restaurant bar, for this is where you get coffee, evident from the rows of saucers with one teaspoon and a sachet of sugar covering every available bit of counter top waiting for its glass of hot something to be placed in it and the customer to collect it. Coffee, the Spanish way!
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... joined by Tracey. English 40ish, absolutely no sailing skill at all. sometimes i think I am an unpaid instructor. we are talking slow learner here. nice girl but how many times before you get it right. a day in the Bay then Alcaidesa for the night.
Next day we go to Tarifa. I mentioned this before, no amenities and no descent moorings. Must be a fiddle somewhere.I am the chef so on arrival we tuck into Spag Bol. No spag as skipper forgot to ...
... Osborne a wine/ brandy owner who thought that it would be a great way to advertise his wine. Over the years the bulls became bill boards for all types of advertisements and to mark major roads in Spain. The government decided that they didn't like this and tried to force the removal of the bulls. There was such a public outcry, as the people of Spain feel that the bulls have become symbols for Spain and for tourists, that the government declared ...
I hate airports. In the last 15 months I have been through 68 different airports, some of them more than once, but none of them a pleasure. Hurry up and wait describes the whole, unpleasant experience that begins before leaving home and clings like a bad smell for some time after reaching your intended destination. In the meantime, you are treated like a simpleton, ordered about, suspected of wishing to perpetrate any number of heinous crimes and generally made to feel ...