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Burra Maluca wrote:



Yep. That is one hell of a rock! I assume it is an erratic? We get them in Galicia but only in really inconvenient places...
 
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Burra Maluca where's that lovely tiny house with the big rock? Is it possible to live in it (maybe to stay there during a holiday)?
 
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