Hospederia Horno Grande
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... This is an old rail trail - pretty neat riding on that old trail amongst the olive orchards, with charming white villages dotted here and there! Rain not much of an issue - now that we had raincoats! Funny . . .
So - we are relaxing in the lounge with our iPads . . . Tonight we are heading into Zuheros for a paella dinner . . We'll van in and walk the rail trail back home! All good in Spain!
... So - we had "two little bumps" to go over on our way to Baena. These two little bumps were rather strenuous climbs with big descents on the other side. Not so much straight-a-way road . . By the time we hit the second "bump" - Laurie's arm was numb, Barbara was having difficulty breathing (respiratory bug) and Colette didn't want to do the descent in the rain . . The van was filling up!
... water. Most restaurants had advertised their Menu for around 8 to 12 Euros (AUD$12 – $18). The number of courses and types of dishes varied from establishment to establishment but not surprisingly were all fish or seafood based. For a treat we chose EURO8.50 with two courses and wine. Having recently experienced Menu in Italy where the servings were very small we decided on one menu each. BIG mistake.
Wine was a bottle, not a glass each!
... a very overpriced drink overlooking the gorge ha ha. Had dinner in the village with an English couple. Can't believe how many eating places this tiny village has! 15 people on the tour, from all walks of life and all very good company. My claim to fame is that I am the youngest and the only single. They are all amazed that I am travelling alone. More like stupid really, but no major disasters so far. Probably shouldn't have said ...
When I wake up, I was in an abandoned church. Today was the first day I was in
Spain. The roof was full of webs and had fallen in long ago, and near the
church there were a number of sycamores growing on the place where the sacristy
had once stood. The church had a ...