Well after chilling out with G&T’s on Friday night after the bay crossing, Saturday was a day of leisure. We went for a walk around town, relaxed, and then went to the next G&T party. The party was brilliant but ended early after the second bottle of gin was finished – however we were also “finished” by then so we went to bed. We decided the Norwegian, Petter, must have drunk all the gin as we couldn’t remember drinking any!
Sunday morning was a wet start – the weather is
predicted to be bad for a few more days. In the morning we gave the boat a huge
clean and did a load of washing. After lunch we went sightseeing. All around La
Caruna there are large pieces of art work, some of it is very strange. We took
the tram to the
We returned to the boat at 6:50pm and had to quickly get
ready to go to the dinks party we had been invited to earlier at 7:00pm –
this life of sailing is hard work! After a few glasses of wine with Kate who
lives on her 29’ boat with her 8 yr old son, we headed for a restaurant.
In our usual way of embracing the culture of the country we visit (in this case
We are meeting lots of people of all nationalities, everyone very friendly and helping each other. It’s a completely different attitude to life than back home with people in the rat race. I think the common experience of being “biscayed” helped.
We hope the weather clears quickly so we can get sailing and dry ourselves out! We can’t take many more G&T’s.