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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to town to reprovision for next few days. Novak and Camilla are back in the water with a brand new speedboat engine in place - so it's all smiles onboard the #TeamSweden boat. Really happy for them, they are also leaving tomorrow so no doubt we will catch up further down the coast. We walked to Santa Marta tonight which is still part of Bayonna but just as you come into town, the beach there ...
... But the weekend looks like it will change - here's hoping. Yoris and family came back from the Isle de Cies last night after staying over there anchoring for last 2 nights, Dominique said it was quite rough and really strong winds. It is a good job we didn't go with them we would never have got back here and would needed to retreat back to Combarro. If anyone you know has ...
... welcomes outsiders and their Euros/Dollars.
On our way back to Rebon de Arriba, we swung past Vigo which is Galicia’s largest city and Europe’s largest fishing port. It is the home of Pescanova [new fish?], the world’s largest fishing company and the European Fisheries Control Agency has its HQ there. Clearly, fishing is a big thing in Vigo and not just the swimming scaly variety. We noted literally hundreds [thousands?] of ...
... Rock statue just outside town, it was one hell of a climb, we went right to the top where you can look out over the bay. You stand on this little ledge with only a small railing and it's well scary in the wind we've had today. The rest of the day I think we've spent eating and not really doing a lot - for lunch we had Warm Beetroot and Cherry Tomato Salad in a Balsamic ...
We set off about 9.30 this morning and got about 6miles out from the Marina around the North Cardinal marker just outside Bayonna, it wasn't rough but there was quite a big swell and the wind was blowing directly at us which it would have done so all the way down. When I checked the plotter we were doing 3.1 Knots over the ground and at that rate it would taken 10 hours just to get to the first port in Portugal which I am afraid ...