didn't seem to do much about September (thats what comes from looking
after your kids), but I'm sure whatever we did was good. The temperature
has not dropped much below 30c since June and there has only been
a couple of rain showers.
went to the beach at St. Carles de la Rapita several times. This
is our nearest seaside town. It has some very good seafood restaurants,
a marina and a series of small beaches each with a bar and toilets
which are backed by a very nice promenade. As St. Carels is within
the southern end of the Ebro delta, there is fine sand on the beaches,
which shelve gently out to sea. If the wind is in the wrong quarter,
it can stir the water making it a tad soupy, so its no good for
drove up to Sitges the Gay capital of Spain for lunch with Claire
O'Halloran. It is a lovely town with a beautiful seafront and some
rest of the month was spent playing around the Mill and putting
our Yurt and barbeque to good use.
& Sara returned to the UK on the 12th, to move into their flat
and arrange the furniture they were having delivered, get a phone
line so they could phone us for money and also arrange their broadband
connection so they could message us for money. (hehe)
have been Internet-less as our 3G modem had pegged out on us at
the middle of August and Vodafone decided to take ages to arrange
for it to be fixed. We eventually got it back in working order in
the middle of October, which explains why I am typing this up nearly
two months after the event and cannot remember much of anything.