Meet at the roundabout by Laguna Village turnoff (1st exit after the Kempinski Hotel)
The meeting time will 9.30am prompt.
The walk is probably around an hour there and back in total.
However we will stop by a natural pool on the riverbank.
It is a great natural spot and for those want to go swimming,
please bring swimware and a towel. Also please bring a packed
lunch as we plan to stay here for atleast an hour or so.
So if you just want to connect with nature this is the walk for you!!!
Easy walk of approx 1 and half hours long.
Eary start: Meet at 8.50 am prompt
Meeting place: Venta Victoria (Car park), 10 minutes up the road to casares- MA8300
La Manga/ La Celima walk. Again the the views will be stunning!!
Narayani and Matt have set a date for the Centennial celebrations which is 20th-21st September. Saturday 20th in Gibraltar and Sunday 21st in Spain. Also they will have a new CD out in June…More news to follow
Please close your eyes. Take a slow deep breath. Exhale slowly. Inhale again and feel the beautiful cool clean air enter every single cell in your body. As you exhale feel all the tension leave your body. Now imagine a beautiful white light surround your entire body. It’s so bright. And now I want you to bring this light into your heart. Please take your right hand and put it over your heart. Feel it beating. Our heart is a machine, an electrical one. Who is charging it? Ask yourself who charges me every day? What is charging me every day? Deep in the hearts of all is the lights of all lights. See a beautiful light in your heart. Visualise a golden sun with all its rays in your heart.
Now see yourself as you are dressed today sitting inside that light. And feel that charge surround you. And hear the Lord of Love…hear the Lord of Love saying ‘you are abundant, you are me, I am you, and I love you’. Hear it. Hear it clearly. And now feel it. I am so loved.
Lacipo walk Saturday 5th April @ 9.30am (3 Roman ruins for the price of one) and only 1 and half hours to 2 hours long.
Meet at 9.30 prompt
Meeting place: Super Sol Supermarket Car Park on the road up to Manilva.(Car park at the back)
Recommended to bring a camera and packed lunch.
The video below does not do it justice.
At the GHH. Nalanie will be speaking on ‘Thought Power’
Questions and Answers welcome.
Carsten and Steve turned up at the meeting point not a drop of rain in sight. (phew)
Spot the face
I see a donkeys head in the Picture!!
Carsten and Steve had our nature goggles turned on, we were both in the zone spotting the lone wild orchids which not easy to spot. Due to the heavy rain we had yesterday the normally dry river bed past the the Roman Baths was 6 inches deep!! So a detour was in order.
We quickly picked up the path again and were soon rewarded with our first glimpse of a yellow Bee Orchid (Ophrys lutea).
Next our treasured marker comes into view, it indicates
where we cross the river – the 7 trunked Eucalytus tree, a couple of tree hugs were
We adeptly cross the river which was just covering the usually dry
Knowing that we were just a few minutes away from the limestone gorge.
Which is utterly stunnning. Continue reading
The Group Comprised of Carsten, Cathy, Karen, Kari, Steve and Trevor B.
The dogs were Bobo, Kizzy and Newnew.
We set off from the ruta board in Casares village at 9.30am prompt.
The first part of the walk is almost one hour uphill, we quickly get warmed up.
Just like last week the conditions for walking were perfect.
We do walk in reverse to enjoy the stunning views at their best.
We passed one of the fountains of Casares which flows with pure water straight from the mountain.
Approx 25 minutes uphill, we encountered a special villa which had several large Aztec statues in it’s gardens.
Just before the green gate on the right there are spectaculars views to Gaucin and a new 16km ruta board sign to Genal Gaucin
(looks like achallenge for us hard core!!)Here we takek time out to water the dogs and take in the views.
After around 45 minutes we passed through the green gate.
And through the pine forest. And through the pine forest which was the last part of walking uphill. We then levelled out on a path giving fantastic views of Crestellina mountain.Here we have a snake alert and few screams! but Trevor is going in bare hands!!!
We also see a few mud holes where the wild boar have been rolling about.
here we are also looking down to the spectacular views of Casares village and beyond.
We continued on the flat until we made a small detour the Mirador (look-out point), giving 360 degree views.
At 1 hour 30 minutes we sat down at the Mirador and ate our much welcomed packed lunches. It was fun to see
the dogs running behind each other along the mirador wall
The views here also took in San Martin and the Guadiaro river as well as Gaucin and to the left Los Reales. The final part of the walk needed due care, (this is why it is important to wear good walking shoes).
As this was the downhill part and we had to wend our way down stones and steps and some shale. The walking poles came in very handy!!
Then the last part on the new pedestrian walkway, we stopped at Venta Maricruz which also has amazing views. Finally back into the village to our parked cars, 3.5 hours in total.
A great time was had by all. And to think it costs nothing to walk, cheap as chips!!
6.45pm meet at Karen & Steve’s for 7.00pm prompt start!!
If you know anyone who is interested in being added to the email list please let me know.
Also if anyone plays an instrument please feel free to bring it along.
At the GHH. Ole Dammegård will be speaking on
‘Conspiracies & Spirituality….how to combine the two – (Part 2)’.
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