Sun 1 Nov - Gramacho R&R Day 3
The weather forecast for today was very grim. The Weather Channel app issued 4 alerts at 6am and even the colour of the banner was changed to red.
Menú del día in Spain is called Prato de dia In Portugal and you could choose a food item from a section of the menu as your main dish. Which include whole fish.
Rain, rain, rain... And some thunder and lightning as well. The pool was quickly filling up with water but it didn't overflow.
You may notice the olive tree behind the pool in the background, to the right of Åsa's face below. That's the source.
Åsa has picked olives from their own olive tree which are now in those jars that she is holding. After a lengthy process, and mixed with garlic, lemon, rosemary and more, the olives should be ready for consumption sometime early in the new year. Best of luck, Åsa.
Ulf and Åsa went to the gym mid morning. I was home alone, watching football and tennis on TV when suddenly the electricity died. It turned out that large portion of the area was without power for quite a while.
After they got home, we went out again in search of lunch. Which we found at this place. Which had power.
At the first table we were given, I could suddenly feel a raindrop on my shoulder. What the? Yes, the water was coming through the cracks on the ceiling in the picture below.
These guys below were sold as "bream" and the 3 of us all had a plate as per below. Tasty!