Hotel Oasis Atalaya
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... around an hour before the back on board time. Our departure from Cádiz was very difficult, due to the strong winds. Britannia thrusted off the berth at full power. Assistance was needed so 4 tugs assisted the departure and remained alongside until we exited the breakwater. A very exciting departure to say the ...
... Señora y me looked at each other "Well, darling, that is so selfless of you, so kind and considerate, to go out there in the heat of the day to a lonely bar to let us have some space, we are both overwhelmed with gratitude" I couldn't quite catch Senor's response.
Sábado 7 Marzo 2015
We decided to stretch our legs along the dunes and cliffs. It was another wonderful day, we were content and as usual asked each other why we were ...
... old part of Cadiz is a great place to visit, however finding accommodation there can be very difficult, and it might be worth packing your sunglasses too, as nearly every building is white and quite glary.
We watched a local fisherman nearly catch a fish, before having lunch at a small café just across from the square serving burgers and sandwiches, before we engaged in the most ridiculously unorganised navigational task you could imagine. None of ...
... and I might see her again in Europe somewhere :) Now I'm in Cadiz and hating on the weather gods big time. I might try to venture out again. But it is forecast for thunder and lightening tonight and tomorrow, WTF!!! Why does Spain hate me so much! Cadiz is supposed to be a beach city too! Anyways... I might go give it another go. I'll put my big bad water proof walking shoes on and a rain coat and brave the elements! I'll show you weather gods!! Muah ha ha haaaaaaa!! Ciao, besos!!! ...
... a no go so we just swam around the boat with the youngsters in their dinghies sailing round us as a marker! 2 youngsters from London were in one dinghy and a brief chat to them told us they were on holiday.
A relaxed evening onboard again and we were ready to leave for Barbate next day.
21st August 12
Sancti Petri to Barbate
We left Sancti Petri on the ebb tide and made it over the sand bar with a metre to ...