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... up the hills to get there, even the tourist information book told you to get the bus and not walk!!)
Ooh forgot to mention when finishing lunch, a crowd gathered outside the restaurant and when we stepped outside, the King of Spain drove past waving at us. Mark wasn’t fast enough with the camera, but the King definitely waved at Penny!
The other thing to mention is that you couldn’t go above 50 metres without a street ...
This blog entry is written after we have been travelling for a year and in two halves. One from each of us.
Blabbering by Jules
It feels as if the Gods have flicked a switch and turned Spring on in fine form. Five days of rain and foggy mist was followed by five days of howling icy wind has suddenly turned into bright clear blue skies and 26 degrees C.
From our terrace we look over the citrus and olive groves of the La Axarquia region of Andalusia. ...
... heading into the town centre for some sangria and tapas. We also do a tiny bit of shopping and find some kinder for the kiddos. Our watermelon and giant lemon cost a whopping 1,91 euros.. that's about 2.50$. Yum ! Back at our home, we rest, shower and take it easy before we head out for dinner.
Dinner was yummy at a restaurant that does pizza...European style ...
... quite different on the inside. It had been built on the site of a mosque. It is affectionately called by the locals, La Manquita – the one armed lady. This is because it should have had 2 towers when it was built but only one was completed. This was the first cathedral that had the choir area open to walk through. The choir had miraculously survived the civil war burnings.
Now we headed for ...
... just great! Because it's steep on all sides, Lucero feels like a "proper" mountain - you can look across to surrounding peaks like Maroma, Cisne and Cielo, but below you there are steep drops on all sides. It's a great place to have lunch - there's just us and three Spanish guys who came up from somewhere on the north side.
All too soon, it's time to start the descent down that excellent path and then up that ascent back to the ...