Parador de Zafra
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Looked odd.
Dill is growing wild on the roadside. If we were cooking fish for dinner im sure we would have picked some. Watched locals cutting grass and stuff from the road edge and bagging for livestock somewhere. These people are just so resourceful and don't waste. AND they ride quads and trikes on the streets here as Bill and I have seen in the Azores. Cool.
Our digs tonight are pretty cool ...
... this trip. There is evidence of some old groves having been pulled out and new ones shortly to be planted. One section we think may have been an old monastery of at least church operated grove. The trees are old and there a number of ruins, all in the same design and have monastic kind of symbolism around them. One still has a name 'San Nicolas above a door. Worth the diversion off the road to explore.
The so called wild flowers still amaze. As ...
... and pointed us to where he knew one was open. Fan freaking tastic! Water, no cafe and vino blanco - served with cheese and bikkies. One thing that is awesome at every bar......you buy a drink....they serve pinchos which are sometimes quite substantial.
We taxied from this point. 4km of bitumen and after yesterday our legs and feet need TLC away from this stuff. We still have over 800km to go and if I have to get there on hands and knees I ...
... descent towards Melide. Love starting in the dark, so cool, just need to check we don't get geographically challenged which almost happened this morning. Notes and markers say different, and Murphy's Law we took the wrong one but worked out in a matter of metres it had to be wrong. Simply disturbed a bunch of sheep who starred out us with green torchlight eyes! Gentle stroll down old Roman road sandwiched between old stone walls as ...
... boobs on the ground. They look so painful. And just as we look up next time we notice a brand new baby, as in seriously born within the last hour (first) and another on her way. New life in the world. As we watched their protector dog came up to chase us away. They have these sheep dogs that live with the sheep and protect them somewhat like we put llamas in the paddocks. These dogs look like something crossed between a bull mastiff and a retriever. A bit further down there ...