Hotel Rural Zerbinetta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we have found! The landlady is very funny as she speaks absolutely no English, yet insists in speaking to me for long periods of time in Spanish and i just stand there nodding and saying Si. She also likes to stand a bit too close and points her finger either in my face or actually on my arm which I find a little bit aggravating if Im honest. The other thing I hate are all the creepy crawlies. Im being driven insane by ants and mosquitos and this week there was ...
... be good, but it's certainly exceeding expectations! As expected, the wind is now decreasing, but it's still strong enough to be producing a few towers of loose snow on the high ridges above. Eventually, there's a descent back into and through the pine forest, with an easy finish through fields to get back to the Ermita Nueva. And a further sight of Trevenque as a bit of afternoon cloud drifts across just below its summit. An excellent day ...
... hanging out with new friends. Earlier today I had a massive headache and serious sinus pressure/congestion. I'm not sure if I'm getting sick or its just a change in weather pressure. Either day it was a pretty miserable morning. I've also come to the conclusion that I have a coffee/caffeine problem since I had that massive headache the one day I didn't get a coffee on the way to school. Ruh Roh ...
... program because I really believe that it would be beneficial for me to give back a little of what I have while I am here. Obviously, there is no comparison to the gift that I've been given (to be able to study in another country for two months) but it keeps me grounded.
This weekend a few friends and I will head to Lagos, Portugal. I am so nervous. I am already outside of my comfort zone in Granada but in Portugal I fear it will only get more intense. Because of ...
... blob of red paint on a rock. I spend several minutes walking around looking for red paint before I eventually spot an extremely small cairn. Following the merest hint of a path, I then find a tiny blob of red on a rock a bit further on. Back on track!
The path leads gently upwards through densely-packed pine trees and eventually emerges at a minor col. The views are now opening out - I can see the pointed peak of Penon de la Mata to the west and the western end of ...