Torreluz Centro Hotel II
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... so Mark could get his history fix (look at the pictures, he’s in heaven!!). Penny didn’t cope too well, temp hit 32 degrees today, not a cloud in the sky, but she managed not to get heatstroke, just moan a lot.
Tapas for lunch, €14 including two drinks each, can that be right??
Managed an hour on the beach before it got dark and then had a nice bbq’d pizza for dinner, sat on the beach watching the waves crashing in. Oh what a ...
... to the rescue, the UK Santander mobile phone App is smart enough to locate the nearest Santander ATM, in Spain, for us. It is in Aguadulce, about two miles away.
So, in the interests of exercise, and, saving £4, we walk to Aguadulce.
The saving is then spent (plus a bit), and the exercise undone, on two very large gin and tonics.
Saturday 15th ...
... collection of food stalls (dried fruit, spices, fruit and vegetables etc), plus stalls selling clothes, I splash out a total of 2Euro, for which I get six pairs of "sports" socks. I never understand the workings of these markets in various European countries, they have to travel to the venue, set out all of their products, then at the end pack them all away again and travel home. They appear to sell next to nothing, so, the hourly rate cannot possibly be worth the effort. ...
... of heart, I have no idea, best not delve too deeply into the workings of a woman's mind.
So, 18:45, all kitted up, we are ready to go, it is only three miles away, so, plenty of time. For some reason, it would appear that the entire population of Roquetas, and the surrounding district have decided to go out in their ...
... The actual process goes remarkably well, and with hardly a cross word (well, I exaggerate, slightly).
I do end up, not having used all of the colouring solution. Why do they not make the container clear, instead of opaque, so you can see how much is being used?
Kathleen disappears off to the shower to wash off the surplus colour, apply conditioner, etc.