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Friday was pencilled in as a possible departure day. Sopromar had serviced the fire extinguishers by Thursday as promised, we had washed the boat from bow to stern and the weather forecast was for a mix of light winds and … Continue reading

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Guns and Roses

Yesterday we went for a long walk around the coast towards Ria Arousa. The headland, Con Negra, is a nature reserve and a site of outstanding natural beauty. We set off from the pretty seaside environment of the harbour, ¬†along … Continue reading

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What’s the Story at Camarinas?

We arrived at Camarinas to find it is Spain’s Balamory,¬† with dolphins in the sea and very brightly painted houses climbing up from the harbour. We arrived yesterday, having delayed our passage due to murky weather on Friday. As it … Continue reading

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To the Lighthouse

We were guided in to Spain by the only Roman lighthouse still in operation. It seemed only polite to pay our respects, especially as Torre de Hercules was but a mere stretch of the legs along the magnificent promenade from … Continue reading

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