Brazos Abiertos Casa Rural
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Travel Blogs from Iznajar
It's only a little hill, situated right next to the road, isn't it? And with a good parking space situated just where you want it. Shouldn't take long, should it?
But this is Pena Negra (the black peak), and it's just a little tricky ....
Lesley, Martin and I stand at the side of the road, wondering where the heck this route is going. We've got a trail loaded into the GPS, which someone has done before. He got to the summit and back in 3.5 hours ...
... containing several long ponds with fountains and clipped hedges planted in patterns.
We were so hungry after visiting the palace, we stopped at the first restaurant we could find that wasn’t too expensive. It proved to be a mistake. The food wasn’t particularly nice and a couple sat at the table next to us and played a loud squeaky voiced cartoon to their child as she ate her lunch. We had ...
... 45-minute ascent, cloud begins to drift in from the south and it begins to look as if we won't be able to see anything from the top.
But just as we get there, there's a clearance and the next 20 minutes or so turns into a spectacular cloud inversion, with constantly varying views of the surrounding peaks partly hidden by wildly-changing shapes of cloud - Maroma to the ...
Yesterday, I met the King of Salem named Melchizedek. He wanted one-tenth of my sheep in exchange of the indications for finding the hidden treasure. King Melchizedek told me about the Soul of life and the “Personal Legend”. He reminded me of my dream and the omen of the old woman. The King repeated that I have to bring him ...
... rather than doing my usual trick when clothes-shopping, ie grab the first thing that looks ok. All in the name of practising the language. We even managed to agree that they gift-wrapped it for me. And they really do appreciate that I attempt my tragic Spanish. No choice - no english.
Here the Spanish is quite different. Its Andalucian. They tend to drop the parts of words - endings in particular. So "Buenas noches" becomes "Buena noche". And "Hasta luego" (see you ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center