Hotel Pato Amarillo****
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Great 5 days at Hugh's Esuri Apartment, Mark stayed in the apartment and we were on the driveway in Herman. So Mark and I played Sunday and Wednesday in a team together winning both our matches. The Tuesday St Patrick's Golf Day got abandoned after 6 holes and were given a voucher to play ...
I've stopped here before passing through back to Faro Airport with the Ayamonte guys and wanted to return to show Linda. It's better than I remember, a pretty little place perched on the hill overlooking the sea with a idyllic church and a couple of cobbled streets with two restaurants and a coffee ...
... are more children and dogs. Not good for Ludo as he cant understand why he is not allowed to play with them and consequently barks. Laundry tomorrow and then on Saturday we will leave for the round trip, via Seville to the other side of the river, and Sanlucar. Over 150km when a bridge would do it in about 50km. Looking forward to some squid when we get there on Saturday night. ...
... change and in the local Spanish resort town of Huelva we met another famous guy, Christopher Columbus. It was from Huelva that Columbus sought refuge with the Franciscan monks at La Rabida, prepared for and left on his First Journey of Discovery with the three boats The Santa Maria, The Niņa and The Pinta.
Life size replicas of the boats were built in the traditional manner to commemorate the 500 year anniversary of Columbus’ sailing ...
... 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.