Guesthouse at Quesada
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... wanted us to buy and a bit of water.
Dumb Peter and Noel come along some 5M later at one stretch and announce they may have seen an Egyptian vulture. How 'bout announcing you are sorry for rudely holding up the group over stupid birds?
Carried on to the area where vultures are nesting. Not aware of anyone who got a good shot. It also doubled as the lunch spot, some grumbling it was early: by Spanish standards, yes, but we had ...
... than enough detail but the visuals were quite stunning, even in the muted light.
The chapel was of monumental scale, clearly befitting a very senior member of the government. Nothing was done on the cheap.
Wasting time at the end, Roddy, I spied the WHS symbol! I checked later and it is called the Renaissance monumental ensembles of Ibida and Baeza for its influence on Spanish architecture in Renaissance times.
Pointed out to Elaine she had aged St Teresa ...
A super camping spot amongst the trees, high up in the hills with bright sunlight, a cool breeze and amazing trees for shade and shelter. There is an excellent website for Despenaperros Natural Park, Andalucia with excellent information on the park that describes the area in which we are camping. Another and longer visit is planned! Surrounded by a superb group, a large group, of azure winged magpies, feeding on grasshoppers at the ...
... an 800m walk and a few very shiny rock steps we were able to gaze in awe and wonder at the 'smoke that thunders'. But wait! This isn't Victoria Falls, it's ........... A very high dribble!!! Perhaps our own fault for going to a falls in Spain at the end of the summer but it was a pleasant woodland glade and cool! Our run to the hotel for the night (Parador de Cazorla) took us through a Natural Park with an unnatural man made lake ...
... 25 minutes from Jaen) to Raquel's apartment, where she served us couscous with veggies, ensalada ruso, pizza, beer and ice cream. Needless to say, no one could move by the end of the meal.
During dinner conversation, we exchanged a lot of information on slang and common expressions. After teaching the entire school "I'll pull down your underwear" last week, I figured to step it up. This week's lesson featured phrases such as "more rolls than ...