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... to the Finca. This is the land where Marilyn and Pip's daughter lives with her husband, 3 horses, 3 dogs and 8 cats. Camping in a gazebo and caravan, growing vegies, riding, slowly getting the place into shape before modernising the barn/stables and adding living accommodation. We asked Clare's help, with her better Spanish, to try to contact a garage in Madrid, but still no ...
... the nearest town to Marilyn and Pip. Attractive "old town" with narrow cobbled streets, almost Gaudi-like cathedral, with old and new cathedral buildings joining each other, a style not seen before. Walked the market square; good to have Marilyn's Spanish to explain the various sausages on sale. Saw a purple skinned fruit, size of a large mango, that was ..... a mango! Stopped to watch the world go by ...
... top. Fantastic views. Another Knights Templar castle, similar vintage as Tomar. Interesting coincidence after yesterday at Tomar. Drove to the village of Cuacos de Yuste. Called our friends, Marilyn, my old school friend and husband Pip, who came to meet us and we followed them up to the little house that they are renting in the country. Great evening chatting, catching up, eating and drinking outside in the the cool. Beautiful outlook from their house over surrounding ...
... goodness knows what else. It certainly wasn't that cold! However, she decided that she couldn't find the vent apertures and therefore pulled the duster out of her vent - see previous entry p Up into the hills, the roads just got better and better but we struggled to find a coffee stop - or at least one that was acceptable to the Bald Eagle! Eventually we found a petrol station with a plastic table and chairs outside that looked like it might serve ...
... had a guard dog in with them!
After our big shop we put everything in the fridge etc, had a cup of tea, taped our shopping receipt to the window and walked the mile or so in the direction of Plasencia old town.
We found the Plaza Mayor which was arcaded on one side and had 10 small lanes or ...