Pension Santa Fe
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... to go and sit on the next suitcase so Sue can try to close it. Packing the right clothes for 36 days away is a bit of a challenge but hopefully we will be ready to leave tomorrow!
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Sue and Trevor ...
... with John and Kerry, which was fun. Christmas lunch was at the Wok which was just next door. It was a great meal, continuous food for three hours. A little different from our normal Christmas feast. Actually we really felt good after it all too.
The day was sunny and still, ...
... St Emilion wine at Lidl to help renew our friendship.
Their journey is more intrepid than ours, as they are heading to places like Iran. They were very helpful in sharing travel information to make our travels easier.
We ended up having three nights together, not doing much else than talk and eat. I think that both groups were enjoying time out from the road ...
... minutes around 1.00pm. Fortunately it did stop and brightened up a bit after that. When all was done we all sat and had a drink and a natter then Jaci and I returned to the flat to get ready for later and to check on the tatties and cheesecake. All was ok. Sandy arrived at around 2.15pm with the car to take the tatties and cheesecake up to the Pueblo. Ralph, Marta, George and Linda had arrived by the time we got there. We stuck ...
... but into the wind as well.
The views from the ridge are incredible. It's a stunningly clear day and inland we can see over to El Torcal and Camorro Alto and then around to the north with La Tinosa and other unidentified peaks on the horizon. Villanueva is immediately below. But the feature which takes the eye (though it stubbornly refuses to come out well in the photographs) is the distant coast of Morocco across the Mediterranean - this is about 120 miles ...