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... English.We were soon settled in a lovely room with views half way to the moon! Guy sussed out strong Chilean connection of gorgeous owner (photos on wall, books on table in lounge etc) and spent pleasant half hour or so in Chilean repartee with Inigo O'Shea Prats (how's that for name!). He is Spanish but has spent considerable time in Chile - he almost built his hotel there but decided on this beautiful mountain in Spain because weather was better all year ...
destination but after crossing over the high pass of Puerto de Menga at 1566m,
the skies became blue again and the temperature climbed above 20 degrees.
We found a campsite just south of Mombeltran. It looks a bit
like clampitville with quite a few caravans pitched there permanently with
their various extensions and add ons all surrounded by little fences to mark
... 3 hours for Molly to get there and play!
As soon as we got there, we headed off to Talavera - a town famous for its ceramics - about an hour away. Maria Jose´s husband is starting a microbrewery and was having a mini-open house for family and friends. The official opening is in 8 days, but all of the painting was done, equipment in place, and for the most part, ready to go! I was quite impressed seeing ...
... the parents and say good luck to all the washing machines that will no doubt be putting in a serious shift over the weekend!
As a blogger for this week´s trip, it has been a real pleasure to recap on the events of each day, and remember fondly in detail everything that we as a group of 28 plus our Gredos Centre monitors have been up to. What´s more, it was a real privilege to spend the week marooned in the tranquility of the Gredos mountain range, ...
Well, as I sit and write this latest entry, you can almost hear a pin drop inside the Gredos Centre Lodge. It's quiet time, and I dont think anyone will argue with 30 minutes to rest the legs that have wandered and roamed the sleepy hills this morning around Valdeascas.
It was the second nature trail in as many days and it encompassed some glorious waterfalls, rivers and rocky paths that took us in total around 5 kilometres. Plenty of time was included ...