Sunday, 10 April 2016
By Jove, El Cotillo is quiet at night!
It remains a fairly unspoilt little fishing village on the north-west coast of the Canarian island of Fuerteventura.
Believe me, readers, I amble about, hither and thither, to a reasonable extent; and have yet to find a racy or loud establishment of any kind.
I must try harder.
Tonight I might wander over to the Cotillo Beach Hotel and see what's happening there.
I'll ask the beautiful Austrian girl who works part-time at my hotel where the night-life is.
Notwithstanding this little observation and thought, I revisited the beach café bar, Bagus, last night for their Sweet Rice.
If you study the map, Bagus is located at Calle La Gomera.
This dish comprises rice, squid, prawns, mascarpone and Parmesan cheese.
It was tasty, I must say, though there were a few tentacles lurking amongst the other ingredients.
This, and a glass of mango juice, set me back about €14.
Thereafter I retired to Ferret's bar for a glass of port.
I had the tentacles in a serviette, so my feline pal eventually got stuck into that. Eventually and not with great enthusiasm, I noted.
It's good to have the iPad and wifi.