Apartamentos Rurales Las Palmeras
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... back on my own again it’s back to mini-breakfasts and sometimes skipping dinner….and maybe less wine too. Maybe!
Our departure by minibus from Posada del Castano was early on Saturday morning, dropping all members of the group off at Seville Airport exactly one week after we met there. I made my way back to Seville’s train station for the approximately one hour and 100 mile trip to Cordoba, my next ...
Yet again the weather was not particularly cooperative and “The
Rain in Spain……..” struck again. Our host/guide Craig laid out some
alternatives to the 18 km (11 mile) loop hike we were scheduled to undertake on
what was forecast to be a very showery day, but the consensus was to do our
long hike as planned and promised. I consider Colorado home, a place where it
rarely rains for very long and people generally pass on ...
... pig too and the dessert of locally grown chestnuts preserved in syrup over vanilla ice cream was superb! Pork has come to be known as "the other white meat" because it’s generally light-colored when cooked despite being the flesh of a large mammal. The flesh of the local acorn-fed Iberico breed of pig, though, is far from white, and the cooked loin meat is as red and dark as that of beef with a far richer flavor than the normal pork I’m used ...
geological names than I’ve seen in caves elsewhere. The normal tour is only in
Spanish, but our guide Craig (of Scottish background) is a geologist by
training and was able to explain them all in English with enormous enthusiasm.
Unfortunately, though, they don’t allow pictures in the caverns, except of
course the one their photographer will take of you for which they’ll charge you
... now docked at La Rabida for all to enjoy. It is amazing at how small the boats were, how far they sailed and the cramped living conditions for those who were on board.
Out for a ride we ended up in a small village not far from Huelva with a beautiful white church. El Rocio has the feeling of a wild west town. Outside the bars and restaurants there are signs ‘Reservado Caballos – Reserved for Horses’, the towns streets are ...