Cortijo Los Abedules
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... Campocruz [3.5E] were not good signs.
Cuvea de Juan Pedro was a restaurant near the Santa Maria church. We were hoping for tapas but decided to stay to share a bottle of wine plus a cheeseboard appetizer and have main courses. The place looked like a former home. John thought the wine prices were very low. While the place did not have the one on the menu, the replacement was not too bad if a cut below the Emilio Moro 2011 from last ...
... by 200 years [in suggesting this was the 700th year of her birth] We left by 1315, seeing Cazorla at 1400. Elaine outlined the walk for tomorrow, wanting everyone to carry 1.5l of water minimum and some dehyration drink called Aquarius. We are only at 800m and going to climb 500m over 6-7H. Hopefully we don't have to walk together at the pace of the slowest tortoise.
John thought all the population numbers were for my benefit as well as the birding book: certainly not ...
Leaving Alarcon Castle was a bit of a challenge. It is a small village but Madame Satnav was going to get us out and back on to the main road. Wasn't she? Well, for a start she didn't seem able to recognise no entry signs or, indeed, roads that had flower pots strategically placed to prevent traffic! Eventually both cars separately made their way to the main road via a number of photo opportunities. During one of these, on a very quiet road out of ...
... br> We all meet back at the Plaza del Huevo for our group photo and one of the locals takes our photo using my camera. It comes out great and everyone looks so good!
Back on the bus for the ride up the mountain again. When we return our lunch is ready and is served to us out on the patio which is great. We have delicious finger type foods, some deep friend croquettes, cheeses and beer and sodas to drink. After lunch ...
... as an administrator and how she and the other employees are nervous about what the future holds. There is a serious economic crisis here in Spain and she is one of the people effected by it.
Nuria is my second "one to one" conversation and she is a delight. So full of positive energy and very talkative. She's a mother of two, happily married and works as a project manager for an IT company. During the one to ...