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... not to "look"!
We then continued down the opposite flank before joining a farm road that took us back toward our cars. We stopped to replenish our water bottles before we carried on to a nice lunch stop before approaching our next peak.
We lunched in the shadows of the ruins of a stone finca while looking down toward the terraced valleys stretching southeast towards Benidorm to the sea.
Soon we ...
Today's hike was billed by Bill as an easy one and indeed it was a lovely easy walk over 11KM with delightful views and company.
Ours was a small but happy group, Bill, Roger, Claire, Lars and myself enjoyed a nice pace covering the distance in less than 2 hours and 45 minutes with stops for a "banana break" and lunch.
As we drove from Castalla towards our starting spot the morning mist hovered over the ...
... We arrived there last Thursday. We were excited to experience a detoxing holiday, the first three days of juicing than easing into meals with lots of plant base foods. Their kitchen rules are whole plant foods with no salt, oil or gluten. Of course there was no meat, fish, dairy or eggs on the menu! Or wine! LOL
I've read lots of opinions about juicing, both pro and con. I must admit the beverages were all ...
... hours allowing for many breaks, photos and about an hour on the top enjoying the 360 deg views, tranquility, ravens, chocolate croissants, butterflies and even one hawk eagle.
The trail is well marked and defined with some 'ledge walk' sections. A short side trip by Rob also uncovered some recent 'cave paintings'...potentially pagan sacrifice activity(recent) ...but ...
... signs indicated 25 degrees, the spanish were walking around in flip flops and shorts, sitting outside in street cafes, making me feel quite reassured and excited. By 9pm I was all settled in a camp site in Javea (Xabia), with nice shower blocks and even a swimming pool. I could relax and unpack, settle for a bit, get the wheel fixed, cook some food, make some tea, have a beer, absorb the peaceful quiet, broken only by the sweet songs of the cicadas that hummed me to sleep.