Casa La Celada
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... in Spain in July, it's blazing hot - about 31C although it's still only just after 11.00am. My rucksack contains a camera, my GPS, a large bottle of water and almost nothing else. This doesn't look likely to be a long walk, irrespective of the state of my back.
It's a toss up whether to go west or east from here - east looks slightly more attractive, so that's my choice. The Via Verde is almost straight and climbs very, very gently, with a ...
... heaps of churches/cathedrals, castles and great food. Many of the churches/cathedrals are converted mosques. The history is incredible (if I could just remember it!!). Have been to Córdoba, Granada, Malaga and Ronda, with many other sites on the way. Tomorrow is Seville then back to Malaga the following day to get train to Valencia. So many castles and cathedrals with history from BC. We are ensuring we sample lots of local ...
... the walk as "easy" - so it can't be all that difficult (despite the fact that we're staring at a nearly sheer cliff). Anyway, it's time to make a start, so we go upwards through some scruffy vegetation on occasionally loose ground, with a couple of people just starting a climb on our right. They've got ropes and other equipment; we've got walking poles.
But, amazingly, there is a route here, snaking upwards between the crags, to reach an impressive cave. ...
... 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 ...
... before I'm back at the point where my footpath starts. From the start, the waymarking of this path is plentiful but quirky. The first waymark post, only a few yards from the railway, is pointing straight at a barbed wire fence to the left, but that's obviously because someone has been messing around with it. There's a few blobs of red paint and cairns straight in front, so that's where I go.
The path climbs a little but soon flattens out and starts a ...