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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 ...
Weather: Mixed but eventually scorchio
Perena to Mombeltran in the Sierra de Gredos National Park
Our vague plan to get to Spain and head south has gone awry.
We are now heading east, back past Salamanca and towards Madrid to a small
national park filled with high mountain peaks – so high, some still have snow
It was cold, misty and raining as we ...
... that she has been eyeing up, but we also got Naipes cards, castanets, magnets, a Barcelona jersey, scarves, etc.
About 5 pm, Jesús called asking where we were. They had been waiting since 2 pm, knowing that we were getting in about that time. Oops. Misunderstandings happen when people speak the same common language, but it is even worse when our native languages are different! Poor Sara had been waiting ...
... 9am. “ALL WALKING STICKS MUST BE RETURNED TO THE FRONT DOOR“. 10 o’ clock was departure time, and goodbyes were said to the lodge staff. A 7 hour journey beckoned and pleasantly it would be one of lots of shut-eye, and pipas munching, less pleasantly! The children had done very well this week, and behaved extremely well. The British School of Valencia can be very proud of how they represented the school. Now though, its time to hand them all ...
... enjoyed by all.
Yesterday was also an opportunity for 2 groups to bake rock cakes with instructors Raquel and Anais. The results were yummy! The third group went today and puddings were provided for one and all as a result of very successful culinary afternoons!
Stay tuned for the final blog following the farewell party night when campers and teachers alike will enjoy the celebrations while looking back on what has been a really wonderful ...