We all woke up a little late, and a little tired after our previous long day of sailing.
But wanting to make the most of the morning wind, we set off within the hour.
We wanted to move anchorage to avoid the changing swell and wind, and had also recently acquired a navigation permit for the nearby islands that are nature reserves, which we wanted to get a little closer to. (Guide for how to get this permit coming up soon).
As we sailed we applied for an anchorage permit which was approved instantly, so our anchorage was set :). (Also guide for this coming soon)
We considered looping the island, but this may have taken too long, so instead sailed across the top and back again.
We lost sight of the island half way through the sail due to the fog.
But thankfully as we neared the beach we wanted to anchor at we were actually in a nice and sunny hole in the fog. So after anchoring we headed to the beach.
Warren was cooking for the night, and we had a delicious Fabada cooked in the pressure cooker.
Suddenly, a knock a knock on the hull! Our neighbours from Blue Note had come over to see if we fancied a drink.
We took them up on their offer, suggesting they come back in 45 minuites after we had finished with food and packing things up.
A drink, or 4, were had.
We exchanged stories, and it turns out they had seen us at our previous day’s anchorage, and watched us picking Warren’s hat out of the water prior to anchoring.
Hopefully we will see them again soon as we all plan on being in Vigo on the 9th.