A knock at the door; the owners again with good news: "we are upgrading you to our best and biggest room", which was just across the hallway. We got our bags and all and low and behold: space, lots of it, and a nice bathroom. But next morning at breakfast the rug was pulled from under us. After ‘good morning’ came, "sorry but we made a mistake you'll have to move back to you original room as the large room was booked that evening; something that, according to them, had been overlooked. Obviously someone had phoned in the meantime, asking for the bigger room and the owners wanted the dollars rather than let us stay in it. It was all very unprofessional, and I will say straight away that I would not recommend staying there; their home seemed more important to them than their guests. They are definitely in the wrong business. Enough ranting: time for Seattle.
We stopped in a small village by the water with only a small string of shops that looked like they had all been built on the same day. The only difference was the colours they were painted in. We found a nice café with tables and chairs outside; so coffees and cakes ordered we relaxed outside in the sunshine. Even though it was June the sun didn't feel all that warm; o.k. with a jumper on but chilly without. Before leaving we had a quick look around the few shops, which were mainly aimed at tourists but pretty much all the same.