Hotel Posada de Valdezufre
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... into the village of Cortelazor for some refreshments at a bar on the square.
After that we were in what felt like one of the more remote areas we were in all week, a beautiful spot where the trail went up and down ridges, crossed streams in open woodland, and passed farms with large houses with sheep and cattle guarded by very large dogs. At an idyllic streamside picnic ground surrounded by poplars and holm oaks in a ...
... first south and downwards to the small town of Santa Ana la Real where
we stopped in a bar for a coffee, then over ridges and through vales to Aguas
Frias and then Los Romeros where we stopped a bar for lunch. And guess what the
lunch choices were – more pork! I went for the Serranito, a kind of club
sandwich with Lomo de Iberico (pork loin), Serrano Ham, Fried Egg, and a
roasted chili pepper that really hit the spot.
From there it was ...
... and abandoned equipment through which an almost blood red river runs.
Again, I came to this with little in the way of expectations because I hadn’t heard of the Minas de Rio Tinto before, but it was absolutely fascinating and very different from what I’d generally expect to experience on a trip to Europe, something almost more out of the American Wild West than the Old Continent. We ended our Rio Tinto day with a visit to the ...
... the peak of Cerro
San Cristobal overlooking Almonaster was on a trail through spikey bramble
thickets. One apparently caught my sweatshirt which was hanging on my backpack.
The brambles were unpleasant enough and sweatshirt old enough that I didn’t
feel the need to go back and look for it when I realized on top that it had
We enjoyed a nice picnic lunch at the top of Cerro San
... but was able to stretch it out for two. It is a very photogenic spot.
Tomorrow I will take the afternoon bus back to Seville, about two hours and then in the morning head east about two hours to Ronda. I have been two hours west of Seville near the Portugese border. A few days in Ronda then on to Malaga and then north to Cordoba where I hope to have another workaway job. I hope ...