Casa La Celada
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... a loop of the river Guadalete and is far more touristy than the previous two towns we had visited.
In spite of this, and in spite of the fact the narrow streets in the old town were barely wider than a car, it was not pedestrianised. There was even a town minibus plying its trade through the town, struggling on some of the corners and well dented and scratched to show for it. We took advantage of ...
... through the awning, but we were seated next to a heater and quite cosy. We then walked to the nearby market where I got a fit of clumsiness and nearly knocked a stall holder over by swinging a door on him. Most of the stall holders were lunching. A crowd enjoyed crab legs eaten in the fingers with glasses of sparkling wine. A vegetable stall received crate after crate of pine mushrooms, pine needles still clinging. We returned to a little stall where we had previously ...
... 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 ...
And I'm a shepherd.
Today, I go to the Andalusia to ask one merchant to sell the wool.
He lets me to cut the sheep's wool.
When I cut the wool, I meet his daugher.
She is typical of the region of Andalusia with fiowing black hair and eyes that vaguely recalled the Moorish conquerors.
I just like falling in love with her.
I...I don't know how ...
... behind the Axarquia mountains. From a distance, the entrance to the plateau looks like a sort of gateway - an obvious gap in a long line of limestone hills. And when you get to this gateway, the crags on either side are extremely impressive and worthy of a close inspection.
So I park at the end of the town, by what I've always thought of as a railway bridge. Now this, of course, is just uncontrolled imagination, ...