Wednesday, 19 April 2017
The climate in this part of the Canary Islands is usually agreeable.
Whereas many of the cafés, bars and restaurants have outdoor seating, heavy blankets are provided if necessary for cooler evenings.
I often bring a V-neck sweater with me.
It hasn't rained in Corralejo for weeks.
I revisited Citrus Café last night.
In fact I've been revisiting Citrus a number of times.
I've found a seat tucked into a corner, tucked away, which is usually available; so I settle myself there.
At about nine o'clock a crowd of a few dozen young surfers arrived en bloc.
They ordered food and drink, and all moved into the garden behind the café.
There is, I gather, live music on Tuesday evenings.
I'd already had a restorative in my apartment, so I ordered one of their lovely milkshakes and the Nasi goreng.
To the best of my knowledge I've never had Nasi goreng before.
Its ingredients sounded tasty on the menu, and I was not disappointed.
After dinner I ambled in to the back garden, though there was no sign of a musician.
The tables all seemed to be taken.
Presumably the music did start a bit later.