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... may have taken some more blurry photos through the windscreen, but had to give up as the screen was so disgusting. There were a lot of polytunnels, clearly a very productive and fertile area, but the commentary was very repetitive.
The campsite lives up to the pictures and we have a beautiful beachside pitch.
Spent a lovely afternoon on the beach, we were the only ones, but set the trend and after Penny finished snoring there were 5 other couples ...
... signals and picking out this or that word to piece all that together...but we could be totally wrong.
So, we are going somewhere on Monday to do something with some people....basically we have no idea what to expect. But, once again we will just go for it and go into the unknown hoping for new experiences and great memories.
Oh, wait, I do know one thing that will happen on Monday. We will rely on old fashioned communication because that stupid app is not making another appearance!
... outside of the van, we get talking to an English couple, because, I borrow their ladders, so can climb on the van roof, to clean the skylights.
Like many people we have met, whilst travelling around in the campervan, they are an amazing pair. She is visibly in poor health, and can hardly walk, he, is 80 years old, and they are still driving around Europe in a campervan. I like their spirit. ...
... continue, so, maybe I am missing something.
At lunch time we cycle to the promenade at Roquetas de Mar, and head for a place called "Bar Aurora". It is staffed by Brits (and possibly owned by them for all I know). It is incredibly popular, people are hovering, ready to grab your seat as soon as you are ready to leave. The other bars / cafes along the promenade are almost empty.
The attraction is the prices I think, for 8Euro, you get a bottle of wine ...
... driver, it is 1.45Euro, each. I addition, the bus does not take the same route back, but, for some reason completely bypasses Aguadulce.
Fortunately, it does stop, where we need to be off.
Finally, a couple of oddities, this, ...