Escuela la Crujia
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... and to the west there are roads to other beautiful villages… but I’ve got to know when to call it quits. Maybe someday I’ll come back to this region and add some more kilometres to my Superhike. Velez Malaga has a nice little historical district that is overshadowed by a hill with a towering castle which has been beckoning me since yesterday. So I have to do some uphill climbing one last time. At the top, surrounded by a small forest is an ...
... take in our surroundings, learn the language and perhaps go for lunch together, as in, sit at the same table simultaneously, eat our meal and leave, having had a nice time. This is opposed to what normally happens when we , "try," to eat out. Normally it goes like this; 1. Arrive at restaurant and sit at table. Usually have to change tables a couple of times so we can squeeze in pram, plus whatever transport Alex has decided he wants to travel on that day, bike ...
... intended, we slept from 5 o'clock until 9 o'clock in the morning. I guess we were a little tired from the lack of sleep the night before.
We spent Sunday through Monday in the beautiful city of Toledo. Toledo was really amazing. It was everything you could picture a country side, European city would be. We visited a beautiful cathedral, the architecture alone was something to appreciate. Amilia being from a Catholic ...
... outside my bedroom door and I'm just not good with stuff like that! I have started Spanish lessons this week at a basic level. Its going ok so far. The lessons are in Spanish so I only understand some of what is being said but I'm getting there. The class is a real mix of nationalities so its really good to meet some new people. Gareth has also joined the same centre as me, but a group higher as he's way ahead of me. This is basically because he practises ...
... on the track for a bit longer. The track which is now nearly 100m below us. Reluctant to waste the hard-earned height gain, we try traversing across the ground in front, but progress is so slow that we end up going down anyway - and crossing a barbed wire fence into the bargain!
Back on the track, it's not far to the small col where I left it last time. But it's clear that Cruz de Camarolos is in a different direction from the one I tried then. After a bit ...