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... Next stop was at a very interesting set of lagunas. It is amazing how quickly the landscape, and vegetation, can change around here. One minute you are on flat dry plains the in the space of 10 minutes you can be in the hills surrounded by lakes and trees.
The lagunas are formed by an unusual calcification process that we've never seen before.
After a wet and stormy night we head down to the coast at La ...
The last day of our 4 day tour and we left Granada. Along the way we visited Puerto Lapice for lunch break, This is a little roadside town, off the highway and is located in the territory of the Man of La Mancha fame. It was a little bit like a scene from a mexican movie, with old white painted buildings etc.
Our next stop was Toledo, although we had visited it before, we still enjoyed walking around this ancient city. While the rest of the tour group had a guided tour ...
... to take us into the restaurant (attached to the bar) which is huge, but empty, so we opt for the food in the bar. It's okay, but we have a combination plate which consists of squid, chips, fried egg and ham, weird combination. On the way back to the hostal, we stop into a small market and buy some local wine. One red which is a 2005 Tomolloso local which costs 4-50 euro and a local white that costs 2-75 euro, what a bargain! Tomolloso maybe small, but we have enjoyed it's ...
... in loud cars with chilli bins full of beer.
We stayed in a very small cabin on a campsite, not the best accommodation we’ve had and Helen hated the sheets ( she’s got a bit of a fetish about cotton sheets). Best bit was the small deck which we lived on during the day. Thursday morning we drove over to Ossil….. to buy some food. A strange town, even by Spanish standards the roads were tortuously narrow and windy. ...
... went into a quiet dead town to get some food. We went into the supermarket and the owner was very friendly and helpful teaching me some new phrases in Spanish. Then we had mum's favourite a café con leche ( a coffee with milk)in the town square. On the way out of the town mum was squealing like a little girl since the roads were so narrow.