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They say there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow which is certainly tru…

They say there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow which is certainly true with my honey hearted neighbours Sagrario and Ignacio. I owe so much to the humble, noble Basque farmers of Ituren …without whom I probably would never have survived the 15 years here on my own.
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More info at the Facebook page of the Pyrenean Experience

A couple of summer arrivals seen on the local patch this morning, there were ple…

A couple of summer arrivals seen on the local patch this morning, there were plenty of Yellow Wagtails (Lavandera Boyera / Motacilla flava iberiae) and a singing Sedge Warbler (Carricerin Común / Acrocephalus schoenobaenus) which was a year tick bringing me up to 195 so far.
There was also a secretive female Bluethroat (Pechiazul / Luscinia svecica) in the same spot.





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We walked from Sedella to salares to Canillas Del Albaida to Competa on Day 1. (…

We walked from Sedella to salares to Canillas Del Albaida to Competa on Day 1. (6 hours)
We overnight in the Hotel Balcon De Competa and then walk the next day from there to the foret Rangers Office, Venta Pradillos, Puerto Hornillos, Cortijo el Daire, El Acebuchal and Frigiliana. (9 hours)


We walked from Sedella to salares to Canillas Del Albaida to Competa on Day 1. (6 hours)
We overnight in the Hotel Balcon De Competa and then walk the next day from there to the foret Rangers Office, Venta Pradillos, Puerto Hornillos, Cortijo el Daire, El Acebuchal and Frigiliana. (9 hours)

More info at the Facebook page of John Keo Walking Tours