The water was indeed full of Medusas and by the time I got out, the lifeguard rushed over to me (would he have rushed so quickly if I hadn’t been swimming topless? I wonder) and said I needed to be treated immediately. My legs had huge stings on them and my ankle was swollen and had thick weals across it. I’d be stung several times and I was actually a bit dizzy in the sun with all the stings. I had some trouble getting to shore as one leg was barely operational.
I found my top and wandered over to the lifeguard station where he began treating my ankles and thighs. I must say the Spanish lifeguard was good at his job.
By the way, it’s a myth that urine is helpful. Lemon juice or vinegar sure. Mark got me some Absolut which helped a lot. What you do with Absolut which helps in these situations is you drink it. A couple shots does wonders.
In Spain, we go to the fish market almost every day and buy our langostinos, pulpo and calamari.
We go to the bakery every day for fresh bread. The carrots in Spain are better than our carrots.
We have gazpacho and manchego, fruit and vegetables every day. When we go out, we drink sangria. Spanish wine is good and cheap.
Tomorrow we go to Seville for a couple days and the trip is winding down then. We fly to NY on Sat and then home. I am going to be glad to be in our own bed for a few nights before I go to the Nebraska residency.