Aparthotel Rural Galaroza
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... which starts a rather long stretch of the type of independent travel and touring I most often do in Europe.
On the whole I found the walking-oriented week tour in Sierra Aracena with Explore to be a very pleasant one. On the positive side the location was a fairly remote and untouristed one for Europe, one with a reasonably traditional culture and industries, with a good network of walking trails, good local food, ...
Yet again the weather was not particularly cooperative and “The
Rain in Spain……..” struck again. Our host/guide Craig laid out some
alternatives to the 18 km (11 mile) loop hike we were scheduled to undertake on
what was forecast to be a very showery day, but the consensus was to do our
long hike as planned and promised. I consider Colorado home, a place where it
rarely rains for very long and people generally pass on ...
... a corporation that still exists under Australian control.
The era of big mining in the area lasted until the early 1960s. Francisco Franco nationalized the mines in 1954, ending the era of British control, and lower mineral prices from developing nation competitors and government-control mismanagement resulted in the closure of the mines less than a decade later. Currently high copper prices, though, have resulted in one of the five major ...
... remote location but almost directly
underneath the hilltop castle built almost six centuries before the cavern’s
discovery. I honestly wasn’t expecting too much because I had never heard about
them previously, but they turned out to be one of the most beautiful caves I’ve
ever seen in terms of the formations in them, less a matter of sheer size than
the fantastic stalagtites, stalagmites, and other ...
I woke Monday morning to the rumble of distant thunder,
storms that made it to Castano del Robledo with pouring rain and frequent
lighting in time for breakfast. Craig decided to delay our departure until it
let up somewhat since the forecast was for improving weather through the day.
We set out by car to a small village named Navahermosa to start our hike about
one hour later than our planned 9:30 departure. I should point out ...