Balneario San Andres
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... were banned from the restaurant at dinner time and were forced to eat in the bar - which, due to the constant movement of wedding guests - was like having a meal on the concourse at Waterloo station!. The food, however, was good. It was not until past 10pm that the wedding party sat down to dine and it wasn't until way after 4am that the music stopped. And then the doors started banging as the guests went to bed. We, however, got our own back ...
... rare, at least until Mike came across one on a curve and managed to scuff the front number of a local's Seat. With no ability to communicate, we finally managed to convince the local inhabitant that no damage was done to his car by furiously rubbing at the deposited that Mike's LHS pannier had left on his bumbler. Following that the road turned to dirt and we ...
... The Infrastructure is fantastic, wind farms are everywhere even solar farms pop up regularly not to mention the roads and high speed railway lines. OK, financially it may be a different story at the moment, but that can be rectified while Australias lack of forward planning is scary.We planned to stop over in Baeza but because of roadworks we never realised we were in Baeza until we saw the exit sign for the town. So we decided to just continue ...
... baseball and also one about couchsuring and hope that some of these people will one day "couch surf" at my place in Clearwater.
On Friday, our last day, Rachel and Jez conduct the closing ceremonies and present certificates of completion to the Spaniards and thank you certificates to the Anglos. Some of us say a few words...others are too choked up to speak. Tears are flowing and emotions run high. During this week we have formed incredible ...
... a balcony, people walking their dogs, a lady carrying a blue bucket, a lovely stream and many cute small shops. I finally catch up with the group at the huge ruins of the Santa Maria Cathedral. I walk up the circular stairs of the tower and take some photos of the steps and the houses and rooftops of the town. Down the stairs and back out on the street I come across a few of the younger crowd having some beers at a local ...