Safa Hotel

Camino de la Curtis, Mula, Murcia, 48400, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mula

Las Negras to El Berro

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn on May 03, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... limestone cliffs. The Paredes de Leyva are considered one of the best climbing areas in Spain. We saw a couple of climbers making their way up the rock face. We stopped for lunch at the Refugio de Leyva before heading back to the original route. We saw a couple of ibex on the way back – a mother and baby.

The last 2 km’s of path was along a dry river bed in a steep wooded ravine.

Back at the campsite, the gas has run out as John predicted ...

An Overview of Dairy Sheep Breeds

A travel blog entry by dairyman42 on May 01, 2014

... one good example of a triple-purpose sheep type. They are durable and can make it through on a small pasture, so they are ideal as a sheep for beginner breeders. They produce milk and offer an excellent wool supply. Milk production differs massively between sheep, however. The Finnsheep is another sheep that is seldom kept for dairy products functions, however that may be a great choice for a person who desires ...

Samana Santa (Holy Week)

A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Apr 14, 2014

17 photos

... all shows. It was an amazing spectacle of colour and movement of over a thousand people, a hundred horses, dozens of musical bands and stage props which would rival any Rock Star production. And all for 3 euros (about $5)! We were so close to the action that sometimes many of the horses were close enough to touch. The chanting for their favoured Brotherhood by the crowd was deafening ( cries of 'VIVA' can be heard on our video posts)and the excitement and enthusiasm of all was ...


A travel blog entry by veh58 on Nov 12, 2013

... black grapes and a new residential estate that had just been built. there was two small dogs which were behind a fence in someones garden and they barked like mad as we were walking past on the way up, but it was funny because, on the way down they were roaming free and they just walked straight past us up the hill and never even looked at us. we made our way back to the camper where we had an uneventful rest of the day by just chilling out and ...

Spanish Education Experience

A travel blog entry by adfviajes on Sep 09, 2013

4 photos

... and have a more relaxed relationship with students and students are more willing to participate. But in general everyone is late for class. Typical spanish! Where as I still show up 15 minutes early for every class! That Canadian blood of mine! ...Oh! and after awhile I started taking siestas like the Spanish and eating my dinner at 10 o'clock at night like the Spanish! I guess I have become some-what like a typical Spanish!


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