Sea Squared`s Atlantic Circuit
Chris & Christine Swain
Sun 1 Jul 2007 16:09
We have been entertaining ourselves by trying to buy camping gaz and a 12v fuse holder for the boat: After two days and 30 miles of walking we managed to get both. (Try translating 12v fuse holder to Spanish: La caja (kakhar) de fusibles doce volta).
Well we have done the cultural bit for the month by visiting Santiago de Campostela. The old city which is a very contained area, is fantastic, and well worth the ride on the train to get there. The cathederal is so large it is almost impossible to photograph, but one enclosed to give a flavour.
We have of course walked to the top of the local mountain, Christine has adopted another crew member, and we helped a local chap with cramp to the top. (see photo)
Todays David Baileys
Sea Squared "sinking" in a big sea
Sea Squared sailing fast
Whats two more wines ......
Cathederal at Santiago
Adopted crew number 3
Nearly at the top
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