Hotel Las Eras
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... the pictures for nearly 6 hours. So glad we start in the dark for a couple of hours. That would have been tougher in all daylight. Kilometre after kilometre of grapes or olives and a bit of wheat and lucerne as we got close to town. We were starting to feel the heat the last few kms as the temperature hit 22 degrees without shade or a breeze.
The day was highlighted by walking a direct North direction with the ...
... is less travelled and relies on peregrines letting other peregrines know how things REALLY are. Walking through town as the local night club is booting out the last to go patrons. Contrast! Only 4km to next village so bonus real coffee coming we hope.
Had a large climb out of town and being in the dark we see little but we are between walls and fences in the road and while we don't see them, we wake all the local dogs up. That one large hill ...
... not so for my buddy who said they came back after midnight and there was still carry on at 3am. But we wonder today if it didn't happen everywhere for everything is closed and we were hoping for a cafe break as we passed thru two villages on the way to Zafra today and plenty out running and on their mountain bikes. So maybe a holiday day before Good Friday.
I forgot to mention yesterday at the hairdressers cost was €20 (about $26) ...
... interactive map - looks right - doesn't look right - now covered about 8km of this horror stretch and work out we should be over on the dirt road on the right. Realise we'll walk a couple of extra kms but that's ok. Pass the local tip/landfill sight - on and on - more bitumen - ok car coming - tis a lonely road - seen two tractors, a truck and 2 cars in the couple of hours we've been on this. Thumb out! Local shifts his stuff and ...
... and that monster climb. What a crock of lies! It was a beautiful meandering few kms of eucalypts past a disused old church, some rough stuff along the motorways - we had a choice of walking the bitumen or walking the slidy, rocky and sometimes grassy road edge. They said the road edge was a little dangerous. Umm I chose it anyway and seriously if that is dangerous then the Bibby is catastrophic! The horror climb depicted in the German guidebook was simply three hills which ...