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... a ticket from a Caterham is quite tricky given that our passengers are generally of a lesser height than average. This applies especially to Val (Mrs BE). So, arriving at the toll booth, we were first and the BEs followed. Lin took the ticket and returned to the car whilst RL pulled forward and watched in the rear view mirror to check that the BEs were OK. Val (being slightly challenged in the height department) undid seat belts, stood up with one foot in ...
... used the already made caves and holes as different rooms and alters. Then you can climb up in it and into the man-made part. From the top you can see the river and a really nice view.
It was such a long day that by the time we got back, it was 9pm; 12 hours after we had left in the morning. However, we really had a good time and got to know each other outside of class.
... They weren't after us though... ( Obviously didn't know us well. ) More time on the bus. I am really enjoying the travel. Am spending lots of time on the phone doing my blog though.... (Sincere apologies Brooke. When you told me I would be, I laughed at you. I wasn't travelling Europe just to sit in a bus on my IPhone! ) Well I make sure I spend lots and lots of time gazing out the window! And we all tend to 'spot' for one another! Look! ...
... lots of crunch. Met Miguels brother and cousin. Zulema told Robyn women don't drink alcohol in pubs so the girls had a non alcoholic bitter which was very good. Left Miguel and Zulema to watch their son play footie and headed to Soria. Lots of people promenading about the old part of town despite the cold, windy weather. Found a local tapas bar and warmed up. Then home, a great day. ...
Said farewell to Isabel and Toni and headed west via Zaragoza to La Rioja. Learned two new spanish words from the overhead motorway signs-viento fuerte which means strong winds. Copped a bit of a buffeting from time to time.Surprised to see how much desert there is around Zaragoza-quite a big area. Also not many little villages between the main towns-this part of ...