The runs have been along the coast on a broad bike path/ walkway. Mostly even surface, except where I diverged onto a causeway whose pavers have been eroded into ankle-breakers by the salt water. There, it’s a tippytoe dance!
So far, it’s been breezy to windy each day. Pretty nice heading west, but then it’s a headwind all the way back. Less nice!
I’ve enjoyed the laid back, really relaxed nature of the town. My place is on the top floor of a building which houses a dental office on the ground floor. Just a few minutes’ walk to shopping, restaurants and the beach, all on winding, narrow one-way streets. It’s easy, and fun!, to get turned around and find yourself where you didn’t expect to be.
I now have a local SIM for my phone (useable throughout Europe – ping me if you want the number), a local bus pass, and a functional knowledge of the bus app. I think I can get around. It’s time to stretch my zone and see more of the island. I’m heading for Haría, which is where my race (this weekend!) was supposed to be.
This is me, tapping out.