A mother and her daughter went to Seville to pick up a family member at the Seville airport. They asked me where I wanted to get off and so they drove me to a (according to Hitchwiki) good place for hitchhiking (Centro Comercial Aljarafe). There I spend the next 3 hours trying to find a car that will take me to Huelva. After these 3 hours I gave up and took a blablacar (originally it should have been another driver, but in the end she didn’t take me with her) from a small village near Sevilla (Gines) to Huelva, from where my ferry to Las Palmas left. This driver was almost like an angel for me. He drove me directly to the ferry port and because I forgot to buy food for the crossing, he drove me another 6 km to the supermarket and back to the port. 18:00 I was, together with some Germans and others already at the port, where we had to wait until ~21: o'clock, until we could finally get on the ferry ( Fred Olsen ). At 23:15 the crossing started.