Hotel La Bienvenida

Address: Manzarra, 40, Badajoz, Extremadura, 06250, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Manzarra, 40, Badajoz.
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It IS a Good Friday

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 03, 2015

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... caffeine stop and out of town we go to watch the sunrise as we head out of town.

We are shortly joined by Santiago, a young spaniard from Sevilla who needs to get to Merída by tomorrow so has a near 40km day in front of him. We're doing a simple 23km. We chat for a while and he scoots off. While with Santiago we have a horse come running towards us, has clearly escaped from his paddock and is upset, has a damaged hind leg and assume he cut it in ...

25km stroll

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 02, 2015

8 photos

... riser, though we feel like we sleep in as we're usually gone by 5/530 at home. A lot of locals walk for the weekend. So we will be sorting something this year on Saturday. Defo don't want a repeat though we seem to be in early every day anyway. Scored again today! This is the fourth day in a row where we have scored a room for two in an Albergue! Yabbadabbadooooo! Can swing a cat in this one. We are ready to go within 40 mins of getting up. No being ...

Oops a misadventure

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 01, 2015

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... through to another courtyard with barbecue tables and chairs, enter into the communal kitchen that is a showroom of old and new and then past the outback rooms and into a 'museum' of ancient tools, harnesses, farm machinery, etc. Bill would have been in heaven for a few hours.

Our room is upstairs in the posh bit - several rooms of two single beds. A beautiful bathroom, private kitchen, a lounge room to share. We even get ...

Every day has something new

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Mar 31, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... protectors - one barking and wagging and one that wasn't going to give up on giving us the real move on notice.

Milking goats all at the dairy and another herd of poor girls with serious double 'G' side boobs waiting to be milked. Seriously, their udders would have been bigger their heads thrice over. Felt so sorry for them. Can't imagine carrying boobs like that or dragging I should say.

Yesterday we noticed some weird air temperature fluctuations in ...

Ahhhh says the body

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Mar 30, 2015

12 photos

... waiting for a taxi. Many are crippled and clearly not to fit to tackle this and the packs they carry are VERY heavy. I've only just seen the map for the 22km tomorrow. Uphill and almost vertical on the elevation map. So.....up early and outta here and extra water on board. From there is is just lumps and bumps for a few days downhill to Merída.

Climbed to the castle above the village for which they have little history on but think ...