Hotel El Eden
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... may have taken some more blurry photos through the windscreen, but had to give up as the screen was so disgusting. There were a lot of polytunnels, clearly a very productive and fertile area, but the commentary was very repetitive.
The campsite lives up to the pictures and we have a beautiful beachside pitch.
Spent a lovely afternoon on the beach, we were the only ones, but set the trend and after Penny finished snoring there were 5 other couples ...
Kathleen has decided she needs her hair trimmed, I decline the pleasure of risking her wrath by making a mess of it, so, we go in search of a hairdresser. In El Parador, finding a hair dresser is not too much of a problem, there seems to be dozens of them, in one street alone, we find three! But, we must find a hair dresser, who can do the job, right now, and, who ...
... to do. We had lunch then went for a walk along the harbour looking at the boats and shops which were closed for the siesta, but it was a hot days so we were happy to stroll and have a beer in a small bar which was open. We visited the local supermarket and they had a large array of fish, some I had never heard of. We decided not to try them today but may try them when we have had a few ...
... directors in Bolivia, and to people in Latin American organisations related to my fundraising work. So I decided to enroll at the Mariposa Eco School ( The Butterfly School).
I chewed on the decision for days.
Real adventure versus real improvement in my Spanish?
The Eco School offers interesting field trips three afternoon a week, and at weekends . I'll post their website ...
... back at the hotel at 4am to find that I had no idea how to get back in. Waiting for 5 minutes whilst needing a wee outside the locked door, I finally realised the sign in broken English was telling me to clamber around the corner between a bollard and a parked car and place my hand through a fence to ring a bell. Nevertheless, I eventually made it to bed safe and sound!