Hotel Real De Barco
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... this action as I was in the Spa. I am little embarrassed to mention this being the navigator but I actually have no idea where we are. As I mentioned earlier we followed the little diagrams in the route instructions and I would estimate that we are further north of Madrid then when we started and closer to Portugal. Hopefully the automatic location put on this blog will come in useful when I look back at the event. There is always the fall back of ...
12/5. Up bright and early ,car packed, excited about going to Jerez for "Feria de Caballo". Sat in courtyard waiting for little non - English speaking man who we hadn't been able to contact for 3 days, to come to book us out and return our 200euro deposit. Waited and waited and waited ,tried to ring again and again, no answer. After about 2hours and 20 unanswered, attempted calls , rang Swiss Head Office again and were told to just leave key and go, they would ...
... and a river. We
found a map and walking guide book for the area in the local stationary / paper
shop and after buying bread and stuff to make a sandwich carried on uphill
again to Guisando. The campsite there looks OK but the pitches are very small
with no power. It looks like we will be stopping in Clampitville.
It was all downhill on the way back so we arrived back at
the campsite in no time at all.
... distinctly cured itself and every other shop was dedicated solely to the salty meat. As parched as we were nothing could have been worse. We then faced another climb which peaked at 1202m, our highest yet and with so many pictures of high points we had to keep this one fresh with Alister pulling a wheely along side the sign. What followed was by far the most exhilarating downhill plunge we have done to date. 20km of twisting roads went by in ...
After breakfast, a cup of tea/coffee and various pastries we got ourselves packed up, getting the tents down, stuff packed only took about 15 minutes but it took almost an hour to get the Land Rover packed and the roof load strapped down, we will have to try and improve on that! A long hot drive through the deserts of central Spain, at our first Police roadblock on the motorway ...