Hotel Las Rosas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it passes somewhere to the north of Lucena Town Centre, running roughly east to west. So I'm expecting to have a little difficulty finding it. But when I get to an area of factories and retail outlets on the north side of Lucena, I park the car for a look round and find that I've stopped right next to a sign indicating that the Via Verde is right here! A fantastic stroke of luck, which may well have saved me a frustrating search.
After a few days of being back home, I packed up my bag again to visit family friends in Priego de Cordoba! Priego is about an hour or so outside of the city of Cordoba, and it is a small, beautiful town surrounded by nature. It is known especially for its great, pure olive oils. In Priego I enjoyed visiting different museums, including a history ...
... below the ridgeline - which would be unfortunate to say the least! But as I get close to this apparent barrier, I can see a way round it and on to the sunny ridge. Already the altimeter is reading 1140m and this thing is only supposed to be about 1220m at the top. I can see a line of old fence posts on the remainder of the ridge, so I'm still in "civilization" and if someone's built a fence here and there's only 80m to go, this is dead easy innit?
The next bit, up to ...
SARAH: Finally time for an update on the schools we're working in – that is the reason we’re here after all! This is our third week of work. After our fun in Seville, move to Priego, and R&R in the Canary Islands, it was time to start working. The school I’m teaching in is a C.E.I.P. (Colegio de Educación Infantil y Primaria) and is called Alcala-Zamoro y Torres. It’s a primary school for students between the ages of three and twelve. ...
Long time, no updates!
Sorry for the wait (shoutout to Weezy, adults: nevermind this reference). I've been quite the busy bee the past couple weeks with my hectic 12-hour work schedule starting. Teaching has been an absolute joy-- for the most part. Kids in Priego are clearly lacking in exposure to blondes. I get cat-calls in the hallways from prepubescent boys between every class period. My favorite piropo (cat-call) was from one ...