Ona Ogisaka Garden
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... chair shop on the way so spent quite a bit of time there before a rather indifferent but alternative lunch with a German twist. I imagine it caters for the hoards of Dutch and German occupants of the surrounding flats and camps. Quite glad to leave as far too near ...
... entertainment" afterwards. We've met a marvelous singer, Sarah Jane Morris who performed for us along with another guest Annette Brown who is a musician, she plays the trumpet. They did several songs, very nice. And Lars was convinced to do his special version of the Swedish Chef. Annette even made a chef's hat for him. It was a fun evening.
It has been a great week for recharging the batteries, relaxing and filling our tummies with really healthy food.
It is almost two months since I was hanging about in Dorset waiting to get the van fixed, and now I am hanging about in Spain for the same reason. The Truma Boiler company in Germany have appeared to be helpful and efficient and after I contacted them on Friday 13th , the following Monday they shipped the parts out to Spain (I should have known that date wouldn't be auspicious). The plan was that I would have the parts fitted on Friday ...
... to add interest, and it is lined with rather uninspiring chalets and blocks of flats. There are no flowers, birds, butterflies or trees to look at. Getting away from the area is hard because dogs are not allowed on the buses in Spain, so either I risk taking the large motorhome up narrow mountain roads or I wobble off somewhere on the motorbike. I would probably leave this site early if I could but at the moment I am waiting to see if my boiler ...
... the town which we walked up to and there were little shops and cafes outdoors on the cobbled streets.
We went into the castle which was now a museum and walked around. It turns out that it was a bit of a family mansion and there were old antiques from when they lived there. We could walk up onto the top of the castle and there was a graveyard on the roof and there were views out over the mountains and a lake and the fields. We then had some nice ...