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Meeting up with over twenty Irish Ramblers for eleven days here in Spain after we finished our World trip was a nice way to unwind and prepare yourself for a soft landing back in Dublin later today.
We have many stories to write up and expand on for our travels over the last ten months.
Highlights would include,
Two months in Costa Rica,
The sea crossing from the west coast of the U.S. to ...
... to be one of them – Traceonia could get away with it, but albino blonde Emilia is facing an up hill battle.
The next morning we were headed to the beach to bum in the sun, when a gentleman who we had seen at breakfast, walked past saying “G-Daaaaay Maaaate”. It was officially our first Aussie accent we had heard since leaving. After a little chat about our mutual joy at stumbling across this gem of a Spanish town and the effects of their red ...
... br> Miryam's hot bath and good night's sleep has done a world of good and she’s ready to go!
The route there takes us over the San Glorio Pass at 1,605 mts (5,265 ft). We are held up at the very top by a herd of cows. The views are spectacular, though regrettably there is a lot of high cloud which hides the great mountain ranges.
We continue through pretty mountain villages to Cain, the village at the start of the hike where there is ...
... of Miryam’s difficulty, we have completed the trek in four hours and forty five minutes.
Miryam later comments that the last part of the walk, though somewhat easier, was more tedious as there was little to see except trees and that the temperature increased as the day progressed.
Miryam takes a hot bath when we get back to the hotel. She has to rest up because tomorrow we are going to tackle the hike through the Cares River ...
... through the Hermita Canyon. It’s bad enough negotiating the tight curves on this slender ledge carved out of the canyon wall, but meeting head-on the huge German double-decker coaches anxiously returning to the coastal resorts with their cargo of tourists, is hair-raising even for me.
We finally arrive at the town of Potes and check into our charming little posada "Toscana". What a ...
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