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The white village Zuheros was our starting point for another opportunity to go hiking and enjoy Andalusia's springtime. The karst formations of the Sierras Subbeticas do not allow to rest your eyes - very interesting. We walked the road up in direction Cueva de los Murciélagos, then turned right, descended and returned to Zuheros in the Rio Bailón canyon. The the end of the canyon is a recreation area - perfect place for us to picknick.
Baena was a short stop for us on our way to Grenada.The Olive and oil museum was closed the day we passed by. We however didn't mis the opportunity to buy Fleur de aceite - olive oil pressed from the olives' own weight - for 5 EUR the half liter at at fabrica Núñez de Prado, a renowned biological producer.
In addition my mom was curious to see a cemetary - a quite stone-covered place compared to the park-like setup at home.
... could be purchased at the Ferry Terminal, nobody seemed to know. The massive advertising campaign encouraging tourists to be organised and purchase their stamps prior to departure seemed to be less than a success.
Feeling a little concerned that we could not fulfil the exit requirements and unsure of the consequences we headed out to the terminal early, with fingers crossed, hoping the exit stamps were available there. Good thing we were clear on ...
... Cordoba on the edge of the Parque Naturale Sierras Subbéticas. Very nice apartment, great views of the valley from our room's panoramic windows. Weather has turned to **** as we arrived, 70 kmh winds with some rain, glad we aren't riding bikes today - hopefully tomorrow. Went out for a lovely dinner in Zuheros, right next to the Castille. We all had a lovely meal of local foods - Rob had a leg of baby goat, Tom had acorn fed suckling ...
... urethra, platelets, and ureters. It’s hard for me to explain what a ureter is in English (I studied government and politics in college and stayed FAR away from science classes), so explaining it my sixth graders was super fun.
P.E. is also interesting. I help them go over stretching exercises in English and then the P.E. teacher has me explain the day’s activity in English. He is extremely creative which makes my job difficult. He has ...