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More meetings and a lovely night out

The pool in Galera

After spending the day in virtual meetings while Maureen painted, I polished off the day by doing repairs to our bedroom ceiling and testing out some (blue) tiles for our soon-to-be-wonderful tiled BBQ….  and then we took a trip to Huescar to get some odds and ends before returning to the local “Galera Hotel” which has a balcony outside where you can drink and enjoy the scenery.

To the left is the view from the balcony of the Galera pool  – this is in no way recoloured or enhanced, it’s straight off the iPhone. Lovely colour. Might take a dip in there soon..

Windmills on the Baza roadWe finished the night at the local pizzeria, sitting outside talking to people we’ve already met and people we met for the first time which was nice. Interesting conversation about the weather here, it’s currently just under 40C mid-afternoon so very hot indeed yet less than an hour down the road, there are easily-accessible mountains with snow on the tops. Now we know you can get to them I can see a trip out with the camera in the coming weeks.

We must’ve had a good time as I have a startlingly bad head this morning, not the ideal way to start a day of constant meetings and some tile-cutting but there you are. I’ve an hour left before planting myself in front of a video camera for 6 hours! At least this is the last of the meetings for a while and we can get on enjoying the break.

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