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Faro del Toston Museum El Cotillo
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We were at the Faro del Toston (El Cotillo Lighthouse) yesterday and the museum was open but not the cafe / coffee shop which is a great shame. 

I can't see why the lady sat there to to take the museum entry Money & twiddling her thumbs couldn't be trained to use the coffee machine and have a few packet of biscuits for sale  Sad Sad Sad and help make a bit more Money.

          
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You were lucky John we were there on Tuesday afternoon and it was closed completely.
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There yesterday with friends and spotted a new sign re building stone towers - 

   
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I do not understand why people do this, 3/4 tears ago there were a lot of them along the road between The Costa Antigua roundabout and Antigua, and there was a bit of a hoo-ha about it then most of them have now collapsed but some remain, I repeat why on earth would you do something like that? if you need to construct something buy some Lego.
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Agree. If I remember correctly Pajara recently introduced a local ordinance that prohibs building stone towers, building stone shelters on the beach, or moving any stones around. Subject to enforcement with a fine.
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