Hostal La Paloma II
Travel Blogs from Calpe
... place. Of course, it seldom actually holding back any water. This area has so little rainfall, but there are sometimes sudden heavy deluges and the terrain funnels the water into this valley. The dam prevents the possible serious destruction to the homes and farms further down stream.
There were only a couple of moderately difficult climbing spots along the way and all of us really enjoyed the chance to see a special environment near home.
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Knowing that there would be lots of reservations for lunch we call Baeza to be sure we could secure a table.
Then we walked the last few kilometers to the restaurant. Maureen's husband couldn't walk with us today, but met us there for lunch!
We had a lovely day, and wonderful lunch and a good bit of exercise too. But instead of climbing the mountains we admired them from the beach!
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... learn more about the many wine regions of Spain. So little time...so many wines! It should be fun!
U3A also has Spanish language and history classes as well as groups interested in travel, gardening, computers etc. There are more than 50 people involved in our local group!
I've also decided to join an art group that meets on Thursday morning to paint for a couple of hours. Lars has arranged for ...
... the river Serpis so possible sightings of Kingfishers, Egrets etc. Bring a small torch if you have one as route takes us through two or three tunnels.
Of course after each walk we stop for a cold beverage to talk and get to know one another a little better. Walking and talking, a great way to make friends!
Here are a few photos: