Graffitti

I just found this draft version of a post I started, but never published while we were travelling around Spain. πŸ˜€

This is all about the graffiti I found which I simply thought looked interesting.

Found the above on our way into Ghent Belgium.

This was on the campsite in Germany near Calw.

All of the above were found on our walk around Lake Zurich in Switzerland.

All of the following were found on our walk around Avignon France.

Well I never…

…but funny!.

I do hope you’ve enjoyed the small updates we provided while on our travels and we hope to provide many more in the future.

All Aboard!

All lined up and ready to go back on the ferry from Santander back to the UK.

So, this is it, our farewell to Espania. 😭 it’s been great and we’ve loved every minute of our wonderful trip together.

I’m sure we shall return at some point in the future though…maybe when it’s warm again. 😁

All Aboard!

All lined up and ready to go back on the ferry from Santander back to the UK.

So, this is it, our farewell to Espania. 😭 it’s been great and we’ve loved every minute of our wonderful trip together.

I’m sure we shall return at some point in the future though…maybe when it’s warm again. 😁

Lighthouse

Tried to get as close as possible to the ferry port today at Santander so we have a little less to worry about in the morning… glad we did after all the bad weather getting here. 

Was nice to see the lighthouse above at the end though.

Driving Conditions

JΓ‘nine kindly offered to do some of the driving today and she ended up getting it all!… rain, sleet and snow while driving through some hills / mountains, I kept offering to take over but she refused.

At one point in the rain, we had to go around a car on it’s roof in the outside lane! 

Walk Into The Village

We decided to brave the weather and take a walk to the local village this morning Soto De Real which was about 3 km away.

Saw this little car and topiary in a small garden centre which we thought looked a little different and worth stopping for a photo…

Also, found a couple of donkeys in a field…

…I think this one was a bit of a poser though.  😁

Finally made it to the village and found a little square with a small coffee house, so …when in Rome…

I didn’t however realise it was an espresso I’d ordered, it wasn’t the worst coffee I’ve ever had, so all good. Lol

When everywhere…

Apparently its quite rare to find a four layer icing cake. πŸ˜‰

Us being us, we stopped off at a little fruit and veg shop for a couple of apples for the donkeys.

By the time we got back there, they’d gone into another field, so we left them a surprise for when they came back… 😁

We also found someone training horses which I took a quick snap of…

All in all a pleasent little walk together. 😁

Revelation!

It’s a revelation!…it might seem fairly obvious to the motor caravaners out there, but last night I realised the toilet seat actually rotates. 😁

To the vertically challenged this might not seem like a big deal at all, but for those of us who wish certain things were just that little bit bigger, it can mean all the difference. 

For example, when I sit on our throne in Doris, my right leg is resting on the bathroom radiator, which if it’s cold can be freezing and when the heating is on, I can’t rest my leg on it at all without being burnt.  

My left leg however, is either inside the shower tray or so close to the right leg that all circulation is stopped.  Bear in mind that all of the above is in conjunction with the toilet bowl not perhaps being quite as large as it could be and I’m sitting on it at an angle which does not help matters in the least. 

So, with the ability to swivel the seat round a touch, I can now safely place my right leg away from the radiator and my left leg in the shower tray, all while pointing the seat in the same direction I’m facing…yay! 😁