La Tala Complejo
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... reasonable English we think everything is OK. The traffic was as bad as the day before and moved at a crawl for the first hour. Then we get moving at a slightly quicker pace. There are many trucks and everybody including our driver joins in the game of dodgems, Just sound your horn and go for it, giving just enough time to swerve in before meeting a truck coming head on the other way. Our headaches just went up several levels on the pain scale.Sometimes cars ...
... Photos attached attest to the sheer beauty and amazing architecture. Tonight we went to yet another all inclusive ( including unlimited wine!!!) at a local restaurant enjoying the customary Salada Mixta/ Cheese and meats/ Roast pork portions/ Garlic prawns - and that's just the entree!!!!followed by choice of Duck confit or Baby Lamb cutlets! Quite a feast and as our tour is drawing to a close and friendships having to part soon there was much ...
... at an olive oil press for a tour. It wasn't impressive looking at first. It was a family owned place and the owner gave us the tour. Then he took us in the back for an olive oil tasting. I really learned a lot about olive oil. The owner also make wine. So he gave us a tasting and it was delicious! Most of us bought both the wine and oil. And this place is right outside of this hill town with a castle in ruins at the top. Incredibly picturesque. So we drove up ...
... order such a thing. Later, we went back to Carmela's where we ate the first night and had dessert and sangria and Pedro ximenez sherry, like honey it was so thick. It was too sweet for me but the others liked it. I am looking for the Spanish rice pudding that Heidi and I had in Brisbane at Granada restaurant. The one I had at Carnela's was thick caramel on the bottom, cream patisserie on top and rice bubbles on top of that! Very strange.
So, it is 8am and I am all ready to go to class at 9. I know, overachiever. In order for Marisa to get in the shower and have time to get ready, it was either get up at 730 or try to wait until she was done in the bathroom. That and she's not overly keen on mornings, and we all know that I am fit as a fiddle in the AM. We'll see how this day goes!
First part of class seemed to go well. I had a little bit of a hard time but for the most part understood and liked the ...