Abadia de Los Templarios
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... We stood at the fence and of course took pics.
Walked into Carcoboso for coffee and found a bunch of the French leaving. Headed out about 20 mins later and left them in our dust and they are on day packs, not the whole thing like us. The Aussie Bullet and the Rhodesian Ridgeback are out!
Following Hitos in the concrete through town was difficult, but we were soon on a sand road, soft on the feet because of the rain, mummy and bubby cows in the paddocks, and a ...
... directly above me all day and practically no shade ! After about 40 miles I stopped at a service station for a coke and some sweets ( sugar hit) and got talking to two Irish chaps who where on their way back from delivering bikes to Portugal. They asked where I was going and if I'd ever done anything like this before ., then they confirmed what is been thinking for a couple of weeks , I must be mad ! I arrived in Ciudad Rodrigo about 4 and booked into ...
... twenty feet long, and at least one gate has a smaller tunnel alongside for foot traffic. Later in the afternoon we came back for a good look around the town itself, which is full of houses with what is called here, ‘Plateresque Architecture’, named after the sort of raised patterns a silversmith makes, and what we would call Renaissance. There are many splendid houses, the warm stonework and carved decorations, especially coats of arms, were very striking in ...
... the car just to see if I could drive, and it was ok. We saw some Spanish Sparrows, a more showy version of those in England, and also terrapins, a whole group of them sitting in a line on the trunk of a tree lying in a river. I am being very careful with my right arm, so it was important to leave my special chopping board and knife stowed, and Gill very kindly, cut the chips.
The road north follows the border with Portugal and takes us across the Sierra de Gata. In the ...
... guilty as Roger and Steve were next in line but then they managed to secure a Spanish version of an all day breakfast which looked equally as good. A quick fuel stop was next and then onto the afternoons competition. Everything went well throughout the day with the organisers choice of roads being superb. I have competed on several of these events before and this one did not disappoint with fabulous quiet mountain roads being the order of the day. ...