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While up once in the night, awoke with Keith's alarm c 0645. Ablutions and computer time filled the bill until 0730 brekkie.The coffee was brewed but rather weak. Tried a chorizo pate spread [whatever its name] along with some cheeses, meats and juices. Didn't want to eat a good deal as heading off on a walk.
Our very large sandwiches [3.5E] came and we prepped to set off. Everyone is coming along to my surprise. The steepest bits of the ...
Leaving Alarcon Castle was a bit of a challenge. It is a small village but Madame Satnav was going to get us out and back on to the main road. Wasn't she? Well, for a start she didn't seem able to recognise no entry signs or, indeed, roads that had flower pots strategically placed to prevent traffic! Eventually both cars separately made their way to the main road via a number of photo opportunities. During one of these, on a very quiet road out of ...
... one he is....LOL
Back on the bus for the remainder of the trip I sit next to Pepe again and we continue our friendly conversation. He's a busy man, working long hours, attending college at night studying philosophy and humanities and of course being a family man. If all the people are as nice and interesting as Pepe it will be a great week.
The vista along the way has changed now from a very flat desert mesa to higher hills and ...
You know the expression "when it rains, it pours"? It would be an extremely appropriate description of these weeks leading up to Christmas break.....if it ever rained or poured here at all.
My general work schedule here is fairly easy. I only work three days a week, and they aren't long days. And thank goodness. It has giving me almost enough time to deal with the rest of the nonsense that Spain chooses to throw at me ...
... under the rule of Wolfgang. Siesta lasts since 11AM till 7PM, so we work only at the mornings and evenings doing some minor work in the garden, or around the house/animals (over 300 sheep and 200 goats! Plenty of chickens, some turkeys, 7 horses, 5 dogs, and countless quantities of bugs – the only thing that’s disturbing this utopia).
This would be all for now. See you within few weeks, hasta luego!