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From Rotterdam on the ferry, slight hiccup over where we were supposed to be picked up from, rainy Hull, taxi ride, walk around some shops and an emergency phone purchase...we eventually made it to Beverley. The most unexpected thing happened, Andree loved it! I began looking at my home town from the perspective of a tourist, and I suppose I loved it too. "Take a photo, take a photo" she said, " what of?" was my confused reply. ...
... Switzerland. Lucky enough they would show Belgium - US on the normal tv tonight at 10 pm. At least we had wifi so we could send some messages and have a drink. We stayed for a bit and than went back over the little mountain road. We felt like going for a walk and someone told us that if we walked over the mountain behind the camping the view would be fantastic. So we did and indeed it was pretty good, the real narrow path took ...
... was packed with sun worshippers. The Spanish seem to have no issue with nudity. The ubiquitous hippy element was in evidence with plenty of people wearing clown trousers and sporting dreadlocks, weaving friendship bracelets to sell to the day trippers.
On our way back later that afternoon, even more people were heading towards San Pedro with their tents and bags of provisions for the weekend.
The climb out of San Pedro was ...
Monday 28th April
Weather: same same
We moved up the coast to a campsite at Los Escullos. There isn't anything at Los Escullos except the campsite, a restaurant and an old Fort. The campsite is about a kilometre from the beach so we headed there later in the afternoon for a spot of sunbathing.
Tuesday 29th April
Weather: Can it get any hotter?
Did a circular walk today in land to San Jose and then along ...
... the cycle route we had done on Friday. This took us in and out of lots of small coves - all very up and down. The scenery is volcanic with cacti, prickly pear trees, thyme and palmettos. We are in the National Park proper now so no unsightly greenhouses. The colours are beautiful, all earthy browns and dusty greens. The volcanic nature of the land gives rise to interesting rock formations including basalt ...
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It was a huge hotel biggest i've ever seen we were there for four days and we went to the pool every day it was so fun.the food was good. It was a great exprience.
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