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Only about a 2 hour drive this morning along the Mediterranean coast road...destination for Friday night....Almunecar. I was here before a couple of years ago for a family wedding and I wanted to saviour it's charm again. Checked into CAMPING TROPICAL which is a simple camping site about 1km outside the town with a commanding view down over the original hilltop church ...
... a bit of a run around. This was all going so well until Lewis decided to wedge his whole head and half body through a set of railings that on the other side faced a 15 foot drop. I saw him climbing through and shouted to Gareth who was closer to him. Gareth managed to grab hold of him and pull him through however gave him a huge black eye in the process. We went home shaken and unable to sleep that night! The next day we drove out to some of the local mountain ...
... I should be able to manage it. Martin and Lesley scramble down it with ease in just a few seconds. John follows by a slightly different route. That leaves me at the top and suddenly it isn't looking quite so easy, but there's a good hand hold just here, which I can put most of my weight on ..... blimey! (or stronger language to the same effect).
The hand hold has shifted an inch or two and has nearly come away from the rock completely. I instantly let go ...
It starts as a case of mistaken identity. We (John, Lesley and myself) thought we were joining the Frigiliana walking group for a trip up Cielo, but as it turns out, this Group is based on Sandi's gym in Nerja, Never mind - they're quite willing to accept us joining them on the walk and we even get a lift to the 3km point along the Pinarillo Track, which saves quite a bit of distance, although not much of the height gain necessary.
... a bust of Al-Mansur. Torrox is said to be the birthplace of this Arabian leader, in 940AD, when Spain was occupied by the Moors. Several centuries of Moorish civilization marks Torrox's urban personality and history.
When we got back we were ready for a siesta and dozed in the shade of the afternoon sun for a while. Waking refreshed I went up the rooftop terrace and completing another painting -- my third piece since arriving.