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Travel Blogs from Archena
... limestone cliffs. The Paredes de Leyva are considered one of the best climbing areas in Spain. We saw a couple of climbers making their way up the rock face. We stopped for lunch at the Refugio de Leyva before heading back to the original route. We saw a couple of ibex on the way back – a mother and baby.
The last 2 km’s of path was along a dry river bed in a steep wooded ravine.
Back at the campsite, the gas has run out as John predicted ...
... world this type is fairly uncommon, but it is increasing in popularity as demand for sheep's milk grows. Other Breeds There are some other types of sheep that are not usually kept for milk functions, but that do produce milk. Some smaller sized farms keep these types since they are good for other uses, such as gathering wool or meat, and consider the percentage of milk production to be an added bonus. Icelandic ...
... br> Ronnie Biggs who we can confirm was alive and well in Benicassim had also left that morning to fly back home to the Isle of Wight. With Ronnie gone and the two week festival finally over, it felt the right time to go. Fifteen nights at 16 Euros a night and a fortnight of fun and laughter.....what a bargain! Although we were driving 250km down the coast towards Alicante, we weren't heading to a lonely campsite somewhere.....we ...
While Britain is being lashed with wind and rain, we have spent the last 5 weeks (for the most part) in sunshine – rather like spending Christmas in the southern hemisphere although not quite as warm.
We were tired after the journey from France to Spain. What with spending time buying the booster unit for the internet (which involved 4 trips to the shop 15min drive), fiddling about filling up with ...
... the final decision was based on what it would cost, which I live very cheaply while attending this university. My food, rent, and going-out funds are all very cheap!
Guadalupe is not very touristic but I love the university. The old Catholic university reminds people of what the Harry Potter castle looks like. There is a very nice courtyard in the oldest building on campus where you can relax and soak up the sun. ...
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