Casa Pino Solo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I showed the budding tri-athlete a thing or two about hill walking I can tell you. Although we were a trifle warm when we reached the top the views were amazing. On the walk down we passed immaculate olive groves and then further on down plums, lemons, oranges, figs , pears and apples all within about an acre of each other- lovely..
Back in the village square for breakfast at 1015.
Hot and sweaty but with buns of steel... Job ...
... were fire helicopters and planes flying in relay trying to dowse the flames in support of the two hundred or so bomberos (firefighters) on the ground. This went on for about 9 hours . The aircraft did not stop until nightfall and re started on the embers at dawn the following day. It was incredible to watch the low flying aircraft (17 in total ) negotiating the flames, the smoke, the mountains and each other. They were flying ...
... up quite high above Alfarnatejo on a good track which seems to correspond roughly with something marked on my map. There are fine views across to the Alto de Fraile and back to El Chamizo, although the cloud hasn't yet cleared off the latter. Eventually the track splits and I sit down to consult the map again. It looks like this might be leading to a high point marked on the map (in the smallest lettering available) as "Vilo", ...
... better connection. So, Greg ended up building a make-shift standing desk with 4 night stands/side tables! hahaha, it looks so ghetto, but who cares, it works! :)
Oh yeah, it was definitely nice to take a good warm shower finally... :) It seems we always had some issues with showers in this trip. Either not enough water pressure, ***********trol temperature (super hot or ice cold), etc. But still better than water showers (no option for hot water) in Nicaragua. :)
... west, or to be more exact from north-east to south-west, starting at Robledal and finishing at the village of Canillas de Aceituno.
The name Maroma means "tight rope". It's difficult to decide how the mountain got this name, as the ridge is mostly a broad one and even the one narrow section is hardly scary. Not exactly a traverse of the Niagara Falls without a safety net then! But it's a long walk, and it will take time to get the two cars and their passengers in ...