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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 ...
... br> ride was tiring enough – all uphill.
The walk took us back down into the valley and in to Mombeltran
with its castle and historic old buildings. From there we ascended past olive
groves on overgrown paths (with stinging nettles) to Cuevas del Valle (village
number 2). Then it was onwards past vineyards and more olive groves to
Villarejo del Valle. As we entered the village we found some shade under a tree
next to a ...
... automatic property gate close on me. Little 6 year old Nicolas was almost crying in the backseat saying, ¨Tengo miedo mamá! Por favor, conduces tú!" (I am scared Mom. You drive please!) Nuria also admitted later that during the first few minutes of the drive I also woke her up out of her slumber!
An hour later, everybody was home safe and sound. Driving is Spain is truly out of my comfort zone... :)
As the 5 day trip to Gredos came to an end it was by no means a quiet end as the children made sure that they said goodbye to their experience in style.
After the culmination of the activity circuit, it was time for the final dinner of the week in the "dining room with the amazing views" as the teachers liked to call it on a daily basis!
The final day certainly had a festival air about it. The children were treated to Pizza and ...
... the children to update their mountain based workbooks while the birds sang, the water trickled and the horses galloped behind in the distance creating what was a very pretty classroom! Still, the teachers soaked it all up, before contemplating our own "different"classrooms that will house us next week!! Can't wait. Seriously :)
The second part of Day 4, after a healthy substantial feed, was the conclusion of the activity carousel, which, ...