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... our steps to the green and white trail markers. The path narrowed and we realized it was probably often used by goats which are herded in the area. Before long we were in a dry river bed walking upward toward toward the ocher mines. The geology of the area was fascinating to us and we stopped several time to examine different stone formations.
We stopped for a "banana break" before continuing up to the stone dam. It was impressive and substantial for such ...
... stop was Antiu Xixona, an ice cream shop. Lars and I were ready to decline any samples but were delighted to be offered a icy cold glass of horcheta, a local favorite made from tiger nuts.
Our next stop was a pastry shop where we were served Coca de Mollita, a salty tart of flour and oil and Coca amb Tonyina, a tart stuffed with tuna. I have to be honest, I didn't even like the smell of the tuna tart and the Mollita was so dry it ...
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Knowing that there would be lots of reservations for lunch we call Baeza to be sure we could secure a table.
Then we walked the last few kilometers to the restaurant. Maureen's husband couldn't walk with us today, but met us there for lunch!
We had a lovely day, and wonderful lunch and a good bit of exercise too. But instead of climbing the mountains we admired them from the beach!
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... learn more about the many wine regions of Spain. So little time...so many wines! It should be fun!
U3A also has Spanish language and history classes as well as groups interested in travel, gardening, computers etc. There are more than 50 people involved in our local group!
I've also decided to join an art group that meets on Thursday morning to paint for a couple of hours. Lars has arranged for ...