Apartamentos Val Do Naseiro
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Quiet day catching up on emails etc. Bucketed down all day - glad I was not driving in it. Tomorrow Gijon. Bought a multimeter as I just could not be sure how batteries were responding to charge. Discovered that the charger only worked if connections made after ...
Jo left at 06:00 in taxi for her 08:15 flight to Madrid. I had breakfast and packed the car. But then it would not start - battery flat - got a push start and headed out to Vilalba - rainstorms all around me. Drove up the N634, a lovely road, smooth and many sweeping turns, avoiding the Motorway made good time and was in the Parador by 13:00. I was extremely fortunate in that the Parador has a basement garage and I was ...
... the radio saying he was now also going to join us Wise decision, with heavy winds forecast for next couple of days I wouldn't have fancied being stuck in a bay on anchor in the rain and wind with two young children to keep entertained either. We both arrived within 20 minutes of each other and after stretching our legs had a quick nightcap on ours before bed. Good Day today, well ...
... plus a pack of beer, just in case the prices were a mistake) before returning back to the boat like I had just discovered the New World. We cleaned the boat from top to bottom, I did the outside & Tracey did the inside but she left one of the starboard portholes open which I then managed to fill with copious amounts of water - of course this was all my fault so we had the Wrath of Tracey for the next hour. After cleaning I had to take Tracey back to ...
We left Carino mid morning and headed west. There was a bit of a swell but nothing as bad as a couple of days back. We originally were planning on heading for A Coruna but with the lack of wind we decided to go into the next Ria some 12 miles away.
We anchored in one of the prettiest Rias (in our opinion) so far.