A couple months ago we visited a village called Caín in the Picos de Europa. An incredible place to visit, and the hike along the gorge was absolutely breathtaking…especially when there are no guardrails and you have a 5 year old.
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We stopped for an afternoon in Segovia. It is known for its 1st century aqueduct and Queen Isabela’s castle (where Christopher Columbus received the financial backing from Spain to sail).
Photos from a quick stop in Ávila on our way to Talavera, Spain.
Last week we took friends from Minnesota up into the mountains around El Bierzo. By accident we found out that the one time king of Peru was born in this little village (Villanueva).
On our way back from an errand we decided to visit a village which we hadn’t been to. We met a really nice couple who showed us around their grove of chestnut trees, pointed out routes to hike, and even sent us home with a bag of their garden potatoes.
Everyone allows Tanzen to take a picture of them
A few weeks ago with found this beautiful little place for a picnic in our valley. We even saw an otter!
Here is a short video of s’more making during our Conversational English activity this weekend (watch for the barbarities committed when people realize you can roast more than just marshmallows).
We took a day to visit the sea with our friends. My goal was to find a petrified sharks tooth. This is how the story unfolded.
Sifting through shells
Building castles in the sand
Me: “How do you find sharks teeth?”
Her: “You just look for little slivers…like the one you just about stepped on.”
Her: “See, that was a sharks tooth that you missed. I will now add it to my collection and leave you green with envy.”
Her: “Let me count out all the sharks teeth I have found today in front of you so that you feel incompetent.”
Me: “Thank you.” *walks away with head down*
* Conversation may or may not have extra dialogue added.
** She didn’t really say that. But I did feel like that.