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Yes, I have these too now, never used to understand why wimmin needed 15 minute showers.
Out of Molinos by 10:30, and onto the little town of Hinojosa de Jarque. Here one happens upon the Parque Escultorico, dozens of Spanish artists took part in the depiction of the Arongonese villages in the '90's, creating abstract pieces dotted around …
... in raincoats we cycled in the heavy rain and actually quite cold conditions, stopping only for the very necessary haribo breaks, one of which took place in the sanctuary of a church. Lunch offered a new challenge. As we were about to sit down on some benches in a little picturesque village we were approached by an old lady whom we assumed was telling us off in Spanish. She disappeared back into her ...
... south past Zaragoza, through the plains of Spain. The colours we saw were the palette of subtle beauty; wheat fields in sable, forest green bush, golden ochre fields, ploughed paddocks of rust red soil studded with white limestone, and the blue misty hills beyond made up a patchwork of colour which were dramatically offset by a black thunderous sky above.
We set ourselves up for maybe our last picnic with this ...
... access by means of what Pat informs me is a silent policeman. Anyway, like a garage door, press a button the pole goes down and after a set time it goes up. There was an interested area of damage to the front of the pole and at the rear of the pole a more profuse oil leak and constant leak continuing up further into the village. A case of missed timing we think!
It did have some lovely buildings and restoration work was in progress. The shapes ...
... early Saturday morning to go south of Valencia (essentially towards Gibraltar, but we are still many hours from there) to have a day at the beach. We're pretty equipped now -- umbrella, cooler, boogie boards. We loved our first beach -- north of Denia. But no waves. We left mid-afternoon and went on a fruitless search for waves, but enjoyed the exploration, the swimming, and of course the castle building. The coastal journey was stunning -- with rocky cliffs and ...