Hotel Rural Llano Pina
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... or downhill since lunch - so we did pretty well in terms of time . . Biked into the city - happy to have someone to follow - checked into our hotel - got a quick lesson as to how to find our way around Granada, Dean lives here, as does Warren - grabbed our olive oil - said goodby to our fabulous guides - and now we are on our own!
46 miles and 2600 feet of elevation gain . . .
Also said goodby ...
We planned to have happy hour out on the patio - overlooking the hillside - but 7:00 rolled around and it was darn cold out there! Plan B! We'd enjoy our first bottle of wine outside in the hallway. So - we have the entire second floor of this small, family run hotel - all but one room. Part of the family uses this room - including an adorable 7 month old baby! So we are sitting out in the hall (moved ...
... the traditional 'Overland' route to Australia via Iran, Pakistan, India etc but the Silk Road through the 'Stans’ also seems like an interesting option too, especially as we have been reading about it in a bike magazine of late.
We have some important decision to make and each day a new opportunity arises, guess we just need to make sure we open the door when it knocks.
Notes from Grant
It has been 12 months since leaving Australia ...
... is, not by Juan Carlos as he opened the town hall).
Time to return to the caravan to eat and get ready for the New Year’s Eve celebration in the campsite bar. Both the camp site bands were scheduled to perform, although sickness was threatening the whole event. We wandered down at about 10, grabbed a drink and went through to listen. We sat with Jill and Don who we had sat with at the ...
... 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, ...