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... English.We were soon settled in a lovely room with views half way to the moon! Guy sussed out strong Chilean connection of gorgeous owner (photos on wall, books on table in lounge etc) and spent pleasant half hour or so in Chilean repartee with Inigo O'Shea Prats (how's that for name!). He is Spanish but has spent considerable time in Chile - he almost built his hotel there but decided on this beautiful mountain in Spain because weather was better all year ...
... one of many on our walk. We replenished our water bottles,
swapping lukewarm water with cold fresh mountain water.
Passing through the village, we made our way towards San
Sebastian del Valle (village number 4) dominated by its huge church. The village was busy with people enjoying
Good Friday by frolicking in the stream and barbequing. In the main square, the
bars and cafes were full.
We trudged on to the last village of Santa ...
... and finished a bit after midnight. I love how they sit around and talk here in Spain for hours upon hours. I learned the word for this - sobremesa (over the table). Relationships are really nurtured this way.
Nuria was exhausted and Jesús was at a wedding, so she asked if I could drive the hour home. No problem I say... Well, I had a hard time getting up the gravel driveway with a stick shift and almost ...
... all to spend it with a really great group of children who behaved brilliantly on their first major trip away from home. I am sure I write on behalf of Mr. Barnes and Miss. Prynne when I say that I miss it already!
Lastly, but certainly not least, we´d like to say a big thank you to all the staff at the Gredos Centre, to the expertise of the monitors and to all the animals who can now have their home back until the next school visit!
... a sad end to the wonderful outdoor activities on offer here for the children. Mountain Biking is one of those and yesterday afternoon 2 groups were the first to go and the the third completed the programme today. A very scenic route was passed on 2 wheels for those in small groups of 8 plus 2 instructors. The journey consisted of a small visit around the local village here of Navarredona, stopping off at a very comfortable roadside eatery, where Ice Creams ...