After breakfast we sat in the garden and I painted while Scamp read her Kindle.
Later we walked in to Caleta and had lunch in The Trafalgar, an institution in Fuerteventura. We always visit it if only to get a mug of coffee for Scamp. The only place in Caleta that she trusts to give her decent coffee.
When we got back, Scamp went for a swim and I went for a walk over the wilderness to the Museo de la Sal. A museum of salt is not the most interesting of places, but behind it is the original salt pans and a full skeleton of a whale. I’d forgotten about the skeleton the last time we’d been to Caleta and this time I got to see it. I didn’t actually go in to the museum, but having read Tripadvisor reviews, I didn’t miss much. Besides, you can just walk round the salt pans and the skeleton without having to go in to the museum.
On the way back I got some photos of the tough wee desert plants growing on the dunes and it was one of them that became PoD.
It was a long walk over the wilderness and I my feet were quite sore when I came back.
Tomorrow is Scamp’s birthday, so she gets to decide on the format of the day.