Hotel Coto del Valle
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Took a chance to chill a bit, the back appreciating the rest. Elaine related the story of the dorky tourist in the Pyrennees who fell to her death and was stripped clean by vultures within the hour. Too bad the Beast did not volunteer for the good of humanity.
God knows about the medical list for today but a staple that Mimi had came out and Noel had some insignicant issue as well. Deal with it!
On the way back we ...
... by 200 years [in suggesting this was the 700th year of her birth] We left by 1315, seeing Cazorla at 1400. Elaine outlined the walk for tomorrow, wanting everyone to carry 1.5l of water minimum and some dehyration drink called Aquarius. We are only at 800m and going to climb 500m over 6-7H. Hopefully we don't have to walk together at the pace of the slowest tortoise.
John thought all the population numbers were for my benefit as well as the birding book: certainly not ...
... were banned from the restaurant at dinner time and were forced to eat in the bar - which, due to the constant movement of wedding guests - was like having a meal on the concourse at Waterloo station!. The food, however, was good. It was not until past 10pm that the wedding party sat down to dine and it wasn't until way after 4am that the music stopped. And then the doors started banging as the guests went to bed. We, however, got our own back ...
We got up somewhat later today and hung around the hotel until we finally got ourselves together and headed for the bus station. Baeza is a 45minute journey from Jaen on the Alsa bus. It was a very straightforward journey but we did arrive at the hottest part of the day (38 degrees in August!) we took some time finding the way into town as for some reason no one EVER signposts the town centre from ...
... rare, at least until Mike came across one on a curve and managed to scuff the front number of a local's Seat. With no ability to communicate, we finally managed to convince the local inhabitant that no damage was done to his car by furiously rubbing at the deposited that Mike's LHS pannier had left on his bumbler. Following that the road turned to dirt and we ...