Hotel Pato Amarillo****
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We decided to stay another day, when we ventured out yesterday we discovered a nice town nestled a few hundred yards away so we had a wander and bought some shorts each because the weather is so warm we were not prepared as we were wandering we came across a museum all about catching sardines and tuna and the preparation and canning of them. Suz is ...
... good at navigating along with snoopy the sat nav. Just about to go for a walk we are on the old fishing docks where they used to bring in the tuna and sardines another Aire this one is €4.50 a night only stopping long enough to plan and ...
... good hike from the Marina so I said let's move on to Chipiona, another 30 miles down the coast, this was when we found out instead of the €31 quoted we were charged €47 - being a Catamaran, even though we were on a hammerhead. In two weeks the prices drop hopefully when it's the end of season - so for €47 wasted we had no washing, no internet and left the place feeling slightly 'ripped ...
... and so far, it does not disappoint. Arrived at Castro Marim which is a beautiful little town with massive hilltop fort and castles that are open during the day. WE left that for later and found a 3 km beach with glorious sands that is the start of the famous Algarve. Too windy for much lying out as we were shotblasted by the sand. Not too many swimmers either as it was suitable only for the hardy.
... The skipper was very apologetic and came over as soon as he could to explain - but as we've had our reverse gear go at crucial moments too we could symptahise. Our rudders were working and despite how hard he'd hit us the only real damage was to the paint, thankfully.
Nonetheless, we were very glad to leave when the tide came up again, and even gladder that the instructions we'd received kept us safely away from going aground this time.