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Travel Blogs from Iznajar
... well in Spain it's called a track since of it not being paved I guess... apparently the track leads to no where and at the point where the track becomes less likeable for driving we turn around and go back to the part of the river we could see. Along the way we see an old pine sap factory (ruins) and a helicopter on a landing pad. We find a couple of spots along the river, choosing the one with the deeper pool-like part. The river looks to be drying up a bit ...
... a nature reserve when once it was open for public use for hunting, a beach and whatever else people wanted to do. It's protected and monitored now for the good of all.
We are now hungry for lunch so we head into the small town to see where we can find... it's still just 1:00 so places should be open. Not siesta time yet! We find a nice little bar that serves drinks and small sandwiches for 2 euro. The food and drinks were yummy. We enjoyed our little ...
... up quite high above Alfarnatejo on a good track which seems to correspond roughly with something marked on my map. There are fine views across to the Alto de Fraile and back to El Chamizo, although the cloud hasn't yet cleared off the latter. Eventually the track splits and I sit down to consult the map again. It looks like this might be leading to a high point marked on the map (in the smallest lettering available) as "Vilo", ...
... location to visit Granada, Cordoba and Malaga. The drive was very interesting. After 20 minutes drive, we passed by a couple of "Western Towns". Those are the left-overs of many spaghetti western films now used for tourist attraction. It could have been interesting to visit there (and to report back to my dad :)), but we needed to continue driving.
After a while, we went along the majestic Sierra Nevada where we saw some snow on top and also some ski slopes. Air was ...
It's an accidental "find". After failing to get anywhere near Malascamas, I've got half a day to spare on the north side of Maroma - and there ought to be something which is worth doing round here in the few hours available.
I remember that for some time I've been promising myself a closer look at the hills above Ventas de Zafarraya. This is a small town where the road from the coast stops climbing and reaches ...
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