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... information office. The lady was extremely helpful. I think we must have been her first tourists of the day. She spoke excellent English but very fast and very heavily accented so we had trouble following her at times (although not as much as we would have had if she spoke Spanish!!). She had lots to tell us and about 40 minutes later we emerged from the office, heads spinning and clutching lots of leaflets.
At least we know what we are doing ...
On the way up to the mountains, I went with Ana (Antonio's sister) to a small village called Alquezar. It is really pretty and has a small castle. We stopped and spent a bit of time walking around and seeing the church and castle. Apparently its a touristic spot in the better seasons. I went into the castle area and this lady decided to explain some of the history to me. I ...
So sad to say goodbye to Josh and Tash. We had had such a wonderful time together. At least we knew we had only to wait 9 days before we saw them again. They were anxious to get us away out of Cordoba safely as they had experienced our problems we had had with narrow roads and GPS instructions. As they waved us away I'm sure they were thinking how on earth are they going to cope but we did, just. As Josh noticed in London, we relied on him and we ...
... Well that didn't happen! We just came across more flooded towns, roads, walking trails. We decided to keep driving... We ended up at Huesca, a town we had heard good things about, but it was a hole! We stayed in the most horrible camp site with dirty Sanchez and many gypsies!! We went for dinner and decided to move on first thing in the morning! Hope we survive the crazy ...
Cec's thoughts / comments on our day in Alquezar and the journey to Ainsa
A wonderful day which started in the Moorish/Christian village of Alquezar. A lovely start to the day with a walk in amongst the olive groves, almond trees and red poppy fields which were terraced around the escarpment on which the village was ...
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