Barcelo La Bobadilla
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Travel Blogs from Loja
... summer but we walk in the river and the kids enjoy building a dam with rocks and playing in the river.
Sadly, it's time to return to Casa Verde to pack up our belongings back into our suitcases for our next leg of this adventure. After packing, we head back down to town one last time for dinner. Sangria and tapas as well as pizza .... it was so yummy ! We also saved room for ice cream for the walk back up the hill to Casa Verde. Along the way, ...
We had a lovely few days with our friends Michael and Linda ( she is also our house, garden and post monitor extrordinaire) . They arrived just over a week ago, on Sunday morning.
Just before we popped out for lunch in the square we stood on the downstairs balcony soaking up the fabulous view and pointing out various landmarks such as 'possessed dog village' and the mountain we haven't climbed . We noticed a small ...
... interesting mountain, the views from its summit are excellent. As well as the Alto de Fraile and El Chamizo, I can now see other peaks in the Camarolos, as well as the towns of Riogordo, Colmenar and Casabermeja, spread out in a row to the west. To the south is the Vinuela reservoir and to the east is Maroma, which is still a bit cloudy. And to the north - what? Other peaks, yet to be identified. I'd better buy the next map to this one!
... diesel and filling the gas tank, we hooked up the car and tied the boards on with string around the boot. We drove about 5 km and stopped to see if they were still in place. They were and didn’t move the entire journey.
Our destination was Humilladero, an hour west of Granada – a journey of around 400 km. We picked this site as it is about an hour’s drive (in the car) from Seville, ...
... del Toro. Guaico is not a word I'm familiar with - I make the rather hopeful assumption that it might be the Spanish word for a bat, or some kind of large bird. Whatever it means, it's an interesting looking cave and I can feel warm air rising up from inside it as I stand in the entrance. There's another disappointment later on - Guaico doesn't refer to any exotic wildlife, but is another Spanish word for hole, so this is the "Cave of the Holes" - it looks like one big ...
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