Brazos Abiertos Casa Rural
Travel Blogs from Iznajar
... for El Chamizo. I reckon one of the tracks leading away from the Dehesa (meadow) is going in roughly the right direction and I've already been able to see that it goes a fair way up the mountain.
Unfortunately, Villanueva has sufffered in the floods which resulted from all that heavy rain. A few days ago, there wasn't enough water to go round and people were having to collect it from tankers parked in the streets. But now those streets ...
Now, in my opinion, this is what a Saturday should be...sleep until 10 (what am I...in college?) leisurely breakfast of yogurt, watermelon, croissant and did I mention the Spanish caffe?? Please forgive all of the ??? But I can't help but question the dream I am living right now. Right after breakfast we heard --all of a sudden a great ...
So sorry we've not had much exciting to say for a few days. We have been getting familiar with the new area and enjoying the new surroundings. Sunday is still a day of rest for most here so had to get the groceries on Monday at Velez-Malaga. It was ...
... dangerous, adventurous and exhilarating. When we got to the driveway (a steep drop followed by a sharp left turn) Val and the girls bailed out of the car and walked down. Jon and I stayed with the car as it careened down the hill. All 5 of us made it safely to the front door in our own way The ...
... I've done is to climb the left hand pillar of the gateway. There's a fine view from here across the agricultural plateau, dotted with white farmhouses, as far as other limestone hills to the north, and with the Sierra Nevada in the rather hazy distance. Nearer at hand is Maroma, and immediately in front is the right hand pillar of the gateway, named Corona, which looks like it will make a decent walk at some time in ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center