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Travel Blogs from Badaguas
Friday 6th June
We left a very warm Boltana and drove over more mountain passes to reach Torla and the Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perido. We headed straight to the huge car park at Praciera, half way along the Ordesa valley to starta walk up the valley to its head and the Cola de Caballo.
After the 28th June, the road to the car park will close for a couple of months and the only access will be by shuttle bus in an effort to keep ...
Thursday 5th June
Our plan today was to walk a route that is actually designated a mountain bike route. The route has an interesting name and description (as seen in the photo). The route is classified as a black route and my goodness, how you do this on a bike, I will never know. It strikes me as a route for the mountain biker who is a regular contributor to the letters page of that monthly publication, Mountain Biking for ...
... We stayed at one of the original pilgrim hostels still run by a Padre. It was right in the centre of what is a pretty little town. 8 to a room tonight - fingers crossed all goes well. Had drinks up in the square with a big bunch of guys who had a few too many. Then we had what was probably one of the nicest meals yet - soup, salad and fish for me - Clive had chicken. Home and read for a while till the 8 in the room settled in - hard to get to sleep otherwise. Beds were very ...
... this Hotel, two of whom are a married couple from France. Simon sat with us before dinner and told us about the 1 1/2 monthsr they spent in Australia last year, travelling from Melbourne up to Townsville via Sydney and Canberra in a camper van. They clearly loved Australia and are planning a return visit next year. They visited the Dandenong Ranges and up to Mt Dandenong and loved the area. Why wouldn't they? :-) Todays Inspirational piece is ...
... the pilgrim on the route to Santiago. The shape of the church is octagonal and apparently is modelled on the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. A difference is the outer cloister that encompasses the church. It was open when I arrived so I was able to go in and see the interior and alter. Very beautiful. After that, it was time to hit the camino path again and head to Puente de Reina. I arrived at our Hotel (Jaku) at 3:20 pm and checked into my room. Ready for ...
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