Camping Ametlla today before we move on to pastures new tomorrow morning. Although we obviously would have preferred better weather - it seems to be a mediocre season all over Iberia so far - we have enjoyed a number of good walks and visits from here. It's also worked out very reasonably pricewise. We did indeed get the stay-30-nights-pay-for-21 discount so our pitch for us both with electricity ended up costing just a little over 10 euros per night. No long car journeys for a month has meant a big saving on diesel usage as well.
We're gradually packing away everything today in preparation for a couple of hours towing tomorrow, but I just wanted to share a couple of images from local walks we have done in the past week through mostly agricultural land near to the campsite. The first picture above is of a small water holding reservoir attached to an attractive rural house that was 'se vende' (for sale). I wouldn't have fancied drinking the water, but the reservoir was almost full so we thought it must be spring-fed. The house was up a hill on a sun-trap plateau with room to park a caravan ... !
in Devon and Somerset last summer, but also rough details of how it worked - all in three languages. (Forn de calc in Catalan / Horno de cal in Castellano Spanish).
Now it's adeu and moltes gracies Ametlla, and bon dia Oropesa!