CHESS Hotel Mexico Vigo
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... It was also packed with other yachts, but we found ourselves a space and settled down to enjoy the sun, trying not to stare at the beachgoers nearby.
We woke the next morning to mist, which had wrapped itself ethereally around all the hills and hiding the built up city from our view entirely. The sun soon started to burn away the haze, though, and as we motored out of the anchorage we could feel it was going to be a ...
From the camping there is a bus that goes to Pontevedra, so we'll take that tomorrow morning. We got organized and after a good big shower walked 10 min to the little village, beach and boulevard with lots if café's and terraces. We had a drink there and did a little of Internet and than went for a small walk around the fisher's port where the woman were repairing the nets. Than we walked back and read until it was time for dinner which we had in the ...
... where our pilot guide promised two separate anchorages close enough to conveniently dinghy to shore. Well, one anchorage was too small to comfortable house more than one boat, and there was already a boat there when we arrived, and the other was full of steel mooring buoys, leaving no real room to anchor unless you didn't mind the side of your boat clanging into a lump of metal in the night.
Funnily enough, as we approached a ...
... gesticulating wildly at me. Looked to my right, there were two bottlenose dolphins a little way off. He was still pointing though, and I turned around again to see another two about 50 feet away - close enough that I wondered whether they'd be likely to overturn my kayak. Then looked further round and there were another two further away in the shallower water. I was essentially surrounded by dolphins! Mister Kitty was madly taking photos and I was just trying to ...
... the Gothic Santo Domingo church and the beautiful Renaissance Basilica de Santa Maria. The latter was a very busy operation and obviously keeping up with the times. I had to chuckle at a sign on the notice board inside outlying how parishioners could keep up with church events through their website, Facebook, Blogspot, and even Twitter! I had a delicious lunch in the pretty Praza da Lena, which in days gone by was the old firewood ...