Abadia de Los Templarios
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... on reediting the courses and have gotten things going. And that's exactly what we want to hear.
Time not spent in meetings is not wasted. Around the tables at mealtimes, over coffee in the afternoon, on walks through the hillsides the directors get to know each other and ask more in depth questions about the ministry.
Bringing people together to encourage each other is what these conferences are all about...Rain or shine.
... After a quick look, we traveled on to our destination over small country roads.
The village of Casas de Monleon has about 15 houses, most of which are summer vacation homes. It is also the home of Gil and Carolyn Vargas, the ECS Spanish Language Coordinator and Southern Europe Director.
These brave people offered to host the Spanish language and European Directors' conferenceshere. Several of their ...
... its striking colours of golden Spanish broom against ground hugging brilliant lavender, all set against fractured layers of lichen encrusted granite would inspire every would be landscaper - new garden coming up in Alvie!
Beja, a traditionally textile manufacturing town, was less inspiring, although its setting on the cliffs od some river gorge wasn't too bad. With Kathy's usual talent for finding gems, we travelled a few km up the mountain to ...
During the day we passed Trujillo and Caceres which are stunning towns both deserving more time. We were sorely tempted in Caceres by its Michelin star restaurant Attiro with its delicious menu but our appetite was not enough to do it justice - bucket list instead. We did come from the town with Torta del Casa cheese which ...
... and focussing every step determined to not roll ankle as I'm not sure it can't take even one more roll over without doing a serious injury sufficient to stop me in my tracks! Light eventually breaks and we walk many kilometres on grassy/rocky/muddy/sandy/gravelly track on the top of the plateau as I watch every damned footstep on the left foot making sure I don't get my heel on anything that can roll under me. I can take rock but not roll! ...