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... sticking out of the ground. Just under the viewing platform a man was allowing people in to look around his house for a small donation. It was much like a standard small house except for the fact there were no windows towards the back of the property as it was underground, but it was noticeable that despite the high temperatures outside it was nice and cool inside without the need for air conditioning.
The next part ...
... steep drop.
After a steady climb, the path flattens out and starts to traverse across the hillside. Mostly it's on a gentle slope, but I can now see that the Genil (and presumably the Vereda) are a long way below. Without the GPS, it's difficult to be certain, but I reckon I'm somewhere near the 1800m contour, having started at around 1200m. At one point, I meet a large buck ibex, which immediately dashes down the hillside, without waiting for his photograph to ...
This morning we went for a walk to visit the village just down the hill here called Beas de Granada. We went there the first day we arrived here, just to get some groceries , but did not look around very much. It was the middle of the day, warm and we were lugging a bag full with stuff each. The return walk back also means walking back up the steep hill with our bags full.Not a good idea. We promised ourselves a return visit later on.
The village itself is not very big but is ...
... and nobody except the farm dogs seems to take any objection to pedestrians. Once again, the weather is brilliant - clear and sunny, but not too hot.
Beyond the farms, the track steepens and then I cut off a corner by using a path which is even steeper. It's here that I encounter the first cyclists of the day, one of whom is pedalling strenuously up the track - but his companion has already had to dismount and push. Me? I wouldn't be able to get ...
... the time change until we reached the Granada bus station and noticed that all its clocks were an hour ahead as well).
Kasetron: "Hola Granada!"
So we made it to Granada without losing out on any money, even though we had ´technically´ missed our bus and stolen upon another. From the bus station we walked out the front door to grab city bus 33 to another stop (Paseo del Salon) to catch yet another bus to the village of Quentar ...