Hostal Rural Alba
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... suficientemente cerca para tocarlos. Ellos rápidamente se escabullian, con sus largas colas rosadas trás de ellos. Parto con incredulidad. ¿colas largas? ¿rosadas? no puede ser... Miro hacia atrás. Joder. No eran conejos. Esas fueron dos enormes ratas con los tamaños de conejos. Todo el amor que me invadía de pronto desapareció..
... Unos minutos más tarde, cuando la mayor parte de mi disgusto desaparecido, no podía dejar de sentirme un hipócrita..
Andreas from "Sparky" said they have 365 days of sun in Almerimar. After the first day of rain he said the once every four years we have an extra day and thats the day it rains.
He told fibs.
Pretty solid rain again today. And blowing dogs off chains. We have put the submarine roof back on and closed the windward door. ...
... can top up the day tank on the fly. All we have to do is put the hose in the new jerry can and put the dingy pump in with it. wrap a rag around it and a couple of pumps later the syphon is started. I have it running into the breather on the tank with the lid vent open. Its crude but works. I would really like the water separator functional too but I cant get a replacement filter for it.
Tonight is the first dinner party on Red dwarf.
... to the sheltered part of the rocks where it was very deep. Steve has it in mind to get a harpoon gun now!
Next morning we were going to make our way to Almerimas 37 miles away.
Wednesday 19th September
Del Este to Motril marina
Sailed to Motril an empty looking port with a marina in the corner where we berthed on the waiting pontoon for the night.
Thursday 20th September
... Red Dwarf backed out of the slip in perfect form and headed down the harbour, the wrong way.
Not to worry. with some creative use of throttle(rudder is too small) I got him turned around and headed to our berth. I had dee and Andreas on board cleaning the cockpit windows so I could see through the Morrocan dust which the dew had turned to mud.
The deck similarly was coated in slippery mud.
With Red parked in the correct berth we set about washing the hardstand ...