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... owner who has charmed John (or is it the other way round?).
Sunday 4th May
Walking: Pine forest and Paredes de Leyva
When we arrived at the campsite yesterday, the lady gave us a leaflet with a couple of walks on it. We did one today. It took us through forests with the scent of pine heavy in the warm air. We extended the walk by a couple of kilometres to take us along a valley flanked on one side ...
... severe temperatures and with limited food. Awassi sheep have a very long lactation period, and they produce a lot of rich, high fat and solids milk, meanings that they produce tasty hard cheeses. Assaf Sheep This relatively brand-new type of sheep originated in Israel in the 1950s. It is a cross-breed of the Awassi and the East Friesian that produces a great deal of milk but has the hardiness of the Awassi. In ...
... Spain after a few "not so good" summers in northern France. This is the great thing about Europe....it allows so much freedom and mobility. They bought a property in Albatera near Alicante a few months ago and now they have Spanish residency.....a couple of forms and "Bob's your uncle!". I had not seen them for 15 years!
Albatera is a quaint little town, only 10-12,000 people but with everything you need - so now they are ...
... the way and how the fitting worked.
The camp restaurant advertised a 60’s evening the week after we arrived and we decided to go - €11 a head including dinner. We tried a little practice rock’n’roll before we went and found we had forgotten most of the moves. We made fools of ourselves having a few dances and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
Many of the towns and ...
... and have a more relaxed relationship with students and students are more willing to participate. But in general everyone is late for class. Typical spanish! Where as I still show up 15 minutes early for every class! That Canadian blood of mine! ...Oh! and after awhile I started taking siestas like the Spanish and eating my dinner at 10 o'clock at night like the Spanish! I guess I have become some-what like a typical Spanish!