Casa Rural La Portaza
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... was marvellous. The birds flew very low across the seating area, even raising the hairs on my head! We saw quite a lot of very large birds, some buzzard like, on the cliffs and in the air when we walked around the park.
The cave walk right behind one of the waterfalls was spectacular. We could see fish in the cave pool below.
We also walked through the monastery. It had ...
... I had calamari and papas bravas, but the calamari was thick and chewy and the papas bravas was just fried potato chunks caked in spicy ketchup and mayonnaise, I actually had to search for the potato! The city was like a ghost town from 2pm til 4pm with everyone in the bars enjoying the Spanish siesta. I have to admit it's something I just can't get used to, I feel more tired after a two hour lunch than before! I do like the ...
... amazing day in Madrid. First a 2 hour bus ride and walk around the city. Just beautiful. Magnificent old buildings. Beautiful tree lined streets. 32 degrees here today...but it's a dry heat so just lovely. Then at 6pm off we went again...and again with our local guide, Charo We went to dinner at Cafe Gijon. This cafe was where all the artists of Madrid used to meet... The cafe has been around since 1880. It was only opened to everyone ...
... grey-water dump was and he gave me very complicated instructions in perfect Spanish, so that I was really surprised when I found it....and also right next-door there was a car-wash facility, and since the van was looking disgusting after a couple of thousand Kms in the rain, I decided to give it a well-deserved tub while I was there..
... to Cascante. At this rate it would be dark when we arrived. The scenery here couldn't be more different from the last road: just a long flat agricultural plain with ploughed fields as far as the eye could see to the distant mountain ranges: there were no hedges dividing the fields and there would be nothing to stop the wind cutting through every part of this land. Occasionally a little village could ...