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... Cristal discovered in 1961 nearby. Probably the finest stalactites & stalagmites either of us have ever seen. Then foraging in the long-forgotten village for the picnic items, Trumpy took us along a 5 klick dirt track and then a 1 mile hike to the cascada at Pozo del Salto. Not a person to be seen all afternoon, even Robert Jordan. Tomorrow we drift down into Teruel....hot summer campaign those near 80 years ago with ...
... walking through the streets at 22:00 hardly a sound.
I'm fascinated by the fact that time has stood still in these places while every Irish village and town has been ravaged by modernity (and maybe back again!) these places seem timeless, Mary and I had our honeymoon in Greece in 1981 and I can picture every street in Paros/Ios and even Santorini. Good night because I'l be up at 7.
... and then ascertained it was okay to do a drive by and drop off bags. Not that that was a simple feat. Pictures of typical road widths to come in a later blog. We also arrived early enough to climb to the top of the hill and wander the ruins of the castle. For all you fit people this may seem minor but for some a climb of about 120-130 meters ( direct vertical) is a regular days activity. I am however finding it slowly easier. My heart rate returns ...
... perhaps Andalusian, and not to be messed with. He was snorting and rearing and was presenting himself in all his magnificence. We followed and were able to get ahead of them to take a video.
The lagoon area was a series of irrigation ditches and flooded rice paddies which were being newly planted. Not much to see there. The road was narrow, the sun hot overhead and a ...
... later and finally locating the correct road out of town (a backroad instead of the highway) we took a breathtaking tour of the countryside. Miles and miles of vineyards; mountains with castles on every bluff; olive trees and, OMG!, a windy, narrow mountain road that could barely fit two cars passing each other. I was at the helm and Sue the navigator. Fun but risky! :-)
Then, typical of a Spain ...