Manzanil Area de Servicio Hotel
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We've googled, we've YouTubed and we think we know as much as there is to know about harvesting honey.
Well think again sunshine!
The excitement and anticipation of collecting our first ever harvest of honey were all high. We felt we had enough knowledge, certainly had all the kit, and were raring to go.
Nothing, like nothing, prepared us for what was to follow for most of the rest of the day - and rest of the week come to that!.
... spare room. Bonny, Mike, Matthew and Duncan put up with us sleeping on their lounge room floor for weeks on end. Kelly who gave us her spare room and showed us round her Edinburgh. Emma, Hamish, Sam and Isla let us sleep in there caravan in their yard for a month. Anne, Fred, Isidore and Malou let us bunkdown in their farmhouse while their family was visiting for the school holidays. Mary, Mattias, Julian, Holgar and Martine welcomed us so warmly and Marcel and Karin ...
... Tarn Gorge. When we stopped to watch some hang gliders taking off from an outcropping high above the town we turned around and saw one of the engineering marvels in the world. The Millau Viaduct (bridge), built between 2001 and 2004, is the tallest cable-stay road bridge in the world. This 2.4 KM bridge is part of the A75 expressway north and south. The tallest of the 7 pylons plus support mast is higher than ...
... around in objectionable limestone, I notice a slight discoloration on a line of rocks below. This, around here, is what constitutes a path. "Line of least resistance" is probably a better description than "path", but at least a decent rate of progress can now be maintained, providing we keep looking for limestone which is light brown, rather than grey.
After a bit, it becomes clear which of the various peaks above us is Cruz de Camarolos. The views ...
... often carried one. Even as John became more and more important in Granada he was never without this humble carry-all. John would tirelessly walk the streets of the city as a humble beggar collecting wood, food and money to put to good use for the many people in his loving care. As he went about his service he would call out, in Spanish, words which roughly translate as “Brothers and Sisters do good for yourself by doing good for ...