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From service to location, we would recommend this to anyone.
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... lanes plus the new apartments surrounding it in almost every direction. After settling in and sorting out domestic chores we walked into town. The weekly outdoor market was closing up after a busy morning so it was straight down to the beach for a swim. The beaches now are becoming more gravel than the East coast which is not to everyones taste but the cold waters were a ...
We've googled, we've YouTubed and we think we know as much as there is to know about harvesting honey.
Well think again sunshine!
The excitement and anticipation of collecting our first ever harvest of honey were all high. We felt we had enough knowledge, certainly had all the kit, and were raring to go.
Nothing, like nothing, prepared us for what was to follow for most of the rest of the day - and rest of the week come to that!.
... for a paella feast, and during the walk Buzz worked on filling his camera card with its 1300 photo capacity.
Ayo's paella is written up in our favorite Rick Steeves travel book and he also came highly recommended by our friends, Diane and Henk. Ayo has been making huge pots of paella on the beach for over 30 years and you can get all you can eat for a mere 6.75€. Along with sangria, it's a perfect Sunday lunch. Walking back ...
... the lovely walk along a dried river bed into the hills, it is dry this year and we enjoyed some peace and quiet along with stunning sights of local flora and fauna with some interesting evidence of the power of water erosion with a sort of 'tunnel' eroded by one of the occasional rivers that descend with great force when the rain comes down.
Sadly it was too much for Pippin and we will have to reduce ...
... And by the looks of it, it was definitely open for business. We were on the hunt for good paella (my last attempt in Bilbao had been a resounding failure) and I thought it was too good to be true when I spotted the large, circular cast-iron dish (probably about 150 cm in diameter) on the fire, filled to the brim with seafood paella, almost ready to be served. We grabbed a seat among the hundred plus tables with their checkered table cloths. The ...