|No pasa a la fase 1 😣|
Come Monday morning, there was a real sense of disappointment and a subdued atmosphere around the marina, but also quiet resignation that if we needed to be protected for another week, so be it. We would move into Phase 1 soon or later
With the prospect of not getting out and about just yet, we carried on with some of our projects. Mark's on bit of a mission now to reduce 'the stuff' (my words, not his) in his project box and reduce the clutter that he has accumulated.
In the meantime, I've found a cunning way of getting my morning exercise in and do the shopping at the same time. There is a lovely little greengrocer's about a mile away, that sells fresh produce from Estepona and the surrounding area. It's great to be able to buy vegetables that are freshly picked and are not prepacked, plus we're supporting local farmers and businesses. So, each morning I head off to the shop with shopping bag in hand, just in case I get stopped by the police again!
|Just a small job!|
The boat was in complete upheaval. Previously when I've come back to this I've turned round and gone straight back out again, but this time I couldn't. I therefore became the plumbers apprentice, making tea and handing tools whilst he had half his body twisted in the bilge or under the bed. And I'm very pleased to say, the new tank is installed and working and the boat has been put back together.
|Gibraltar and Jebel Musa|
|Maintaining social distancing|
Oh how we love Spain!
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