Site menu:

You’re the Best

Use these links and we benefit a little bit without cost to you. Expedia.co.uk Lastminute.com Amazon.co.uk
Thanks very much.

Sponsors

Subscribe for Free Updates

Site search

Ireland Zimbabwe Yoko Malaysia Singapore Funny Travel PoTW Cook Islands Botswana France Namibia Malawi Morocco Switzerland UK UAE Italy South Africa Zambia New Zealand Tanzania India Spain Thoughts Info Australia

-- Powered by Category Cloud

RSS Posts

Comments

Archives

Arcos de la Frontera: Ranch living at Cortijo Barranco

Posted by Squiffy on February 21st, 2008

After the caos that was Granada, we headed west to a cortijo, high in the hills near to Arcos, for some relaxation. The farm had it’s own 2km private road, ensuring a certain level of isolation and tranquility which I really appreciated. There was little to do but sit on the courtyard patio, reading and soaking up the sun whilst listening to the sound of the bees and admiring the plethora of orange trees. On the subject of wildlife, we were amazed to come across a 15m long line of caterpillars, all nose to tail and slithering across the ground in succession, as if doing the conga. I never knew caterpillars travelled in groups like that!

In the evening when the sun went down, we sat by the roaring log fire in the converted olive mill and drank tea with the Spanish owner. We did venture to Arcos, a pretty old town for dinner, but other than that we rested in preparation for our forthcoming night at the Cadiz carnival…

Comments

Comment from Chika
Time: December 22, 2014, 6:27 pm

Can never get enough Day of the Dead potohs and commentary. Please pots anything you have!! Love your potohs! Someone asked me if it was a school holiday. Is it? How many days?

Comment from Joseguadalupe
Time: March 25, 2015, 4:28 am

Love both of these. Were you moving when you took the first one…? Looks like you could have been on the back of a very slow vcehile!

Write a comment