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... as you can go.
We own one eighth of the apartment which is mostly our six weeks here in the European summer, but we are renting it out for two weeks and also doing a home exchange to La Rochelle in France for two weeks, so we only have two weeks here ourselves this year.
So far we have been ...
... ashore, usually pulling reluctant children, and if you're really lucky, protesting old age pensioners in their wake.
Then the time passes when everyone should be on board, but there are still lots of people on the gangways making their way on board. Although you can't see them you know that crew members are urging the late comers to hurry up as they all start pretend running. That's where the body makes all the movemens of someone running without ...
... through the bone-dry olive groves- with us all coming back dry, dusty and very hot.
And then dinner preparations.
This is usually a small BBQ with salad outside with a glass of chilled rose, at our favourite time of day - around 8 - watching the sun slowly sinking over the mountains to the west.
Tonight's outing with Rossi was cut short by him suddenly bolting with some huge square object firmly clasped in his jaws.
We're not sure what it was ...
After our Moroccan tour, we went for dinner with our newly made friends by the port. Ended up at a burger place that was pretty good. Exactly what we needed after the crazy long day. Thankfully Brittany and I hit up the supermarket before the tour and brought some snacks bc between 5 am and 8pm we only had lunch at like 2. Everyone was pretty tired after dinner so we split up to our respective hostels. This morning, we had planned on getting ...
... a similar fortress nearby) provides some insight into Spanish history. The Spanish culture is very different and at times puzzling. Shops and cafes generally don't open till after 10am; lunch doesn't really begin till 2pm; tapas begin at 8pm and dinner at 10pm; and people go clubbing at 7pm... and when you throw in a siesta between 1-4pm, we start to question how they remained productive. Most of the Spaniards are also immaculately dressed, even ...