The Atlantic Hotel
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... and ipads. Previously I had to rig up each time by lifting a lounge seat, setting up the inverter by hooking up to the batteries stored there and then putting it all away when the job was done. We now can utilise this feature any time, provided we have ample reserves in our battery.
On hearing the oil price, the economics of this looks even less viable. But then there are other features just as important.
It was also a bit ...
... just about self-sufficient, provided the sun is shining.
Our next challenge was to get a cover made for the panels. We found a shop that had the materials but it was not easy to communicate. The shopkeeper could speak French but not read. Fortunately our iPhone translator could “speak” what we wanted. After much confusion we decided to just buy the materials and make the cover ourselves. Stephen spent the next day at the ...
... take 5 minutes in NZ just about took all day. As we waited we wondered around the Souk and Gayle brought a very smart red and black leather coat, a total impulse buy but she is very pleased with it.
The other exciting thing for us is that our sons have brought a house together in New Zealand, they took possession on 15 January (Thomas's birthday) and have sorted out tenants already. So we are very proud of them. ...
... that it was completely hidden from our view!
A little further on, we spotted 2 more dromedaries accompanied by their young ones. A real treat right in the middle of nowhere! We were alone on the road, no other cars, no other humans in sight.
We reached the "Charles Foucauld" palm grove. Charles Foucauld, born ...
... of them. She was then given the thumbs up by the boys and Em got the thumbs down as she had nothing to give. Towards sundown more boys came and were getting cold as they were in shorts and tshirts so Kim gave them a few of the jumpers Val he mum had left behind. More thumbs up for Kim.
Joe and I finally got out of the water at sundown and Kim was starving so we headed into Banana Village for Tarjine and cous cous. It was good but ...