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... Tim very kindly reminded me of when we first met........ I used to get confused and found it hard to remember which was anchovies, which was asparagus and which was artichokes.! So if there were anchovies in a menu I'd have to check with Tim which one they were of the 3 ! Amazing to me today of course since I am sooooooo posh I eat them all regularly. The food was good simple hearty food- salad , chicken soup followed by pork loin. a taxi home ended the day ...
Tomas Maestra Marina, Mar Menor
Since leaving Garrucha we have been anchoring for the last 7 days in the most amazing settings. With the boat full of provisions and water we were able to stay out of ports or marinas until today. The weather has been fabulous and we have swum from the boat everyday.
Yesterday we had to reach Cabo de Palos for an overnight anchorage before getting to ...
... city's defensive wall of stone. Later that evening we headed down to an Italian restaurant recommended in our travel book. As we took a wrong turn, we ended up following a labyrinth of streets in the wrong direction and eventually made it to the restaurant about 9:30PM. The pizzas we shared were outstanding - thin crust and open fire-oven baked. Perhaps is was the wine, the confusion of streets near the restaurant but we managed to loss our way back to the hotel, ...
... non-flat-stuffed beaches left in Spain. Or spending the evening at Hector's summer house just outside Murcia. And in between all of this we're sleeping and staying with Sergio's family who have been amazingly kind.
Change is on the horizon though. Both literally (it's actually clouded right now, which is pretty rare for south Spain in september) and metaphorically. In a few hours we'll be heading for Málaga and we have to leave behind the awesome food Sergio's mom makes.
... in Cartagena at noon. Coming into Cartagena is very
cool. Cartagena is a very
interested place but only very recently a tourist spot.
Cartagena was founded by the Carthaginians as New
Carthage. Hannibal used Cartagena
as his staging spot for his invasion of Rome. It was here that he landed his elephants, marched across
eastern Spain, southern France and through Italy to Rome. Most of his soldiers were from ...