I had read the English tourist leaflet so actually used some of my Spanglais and kept up!
Sabine got excited when the guide told her there was a big shaft that was well-rigged…
The story of the Phoenician silver mining days when ships collected the diggings in the port was interesting. When some merchants found their boats full to overload of silver, they took the lead out of their ships anchors and refilled with stock of silver.
I had time for a coffee after the walk with my Spanglais Senora, and told her the Mines history in perfect Spanish 🤥
My coming days were filled with the end of El Nido sit (time to say tara to Broozer and Harry) and do some little tasks for Valerie.
The internal extension lead had been a quick fix I guess, but was causing faults and difficult to use.
next, turn the Hot Tub from lethal trap
Step by Step…
The motorhome test drive went well, mostly. It was parked on a low level tier and after three tries that I managed to make ruts in the slope, one of the lads at Karl’s hopped in and swept it easily to the top. Local knowledge surely 🤷🏻♂️ No hills in France is there?