Altos de Istan
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... locations. Also, the various addresses we have been given for the villa over the past 6 months have incorporated several of thr geographic and political entities listed above and using the wrong combination or the province for the city or the urbanization for the city, always gave us a wrong result. So if you google: Calle Oviedo 3, Marbella, you get it everytime, and you'll know where we currently call ...
... glimpse of the Mediterranean as we began to descend from literally above the clouds and looking down on lower mountains off to the left and right. We got close to our villa, but at our previously arranged meet time, needed to call the property manager to guide us the final half mile or so. The organization of neighborhoods in this region into so called "urbanizations" has the GPS systems befuddled, apparently and we were the latest victim. But we reached our destination within ...
... which we need to take care of and keep cool in at least twice a day!! We always eat outside under a shade cloth.. . lunches at 2-3pm and evening meal 7-9 pm if it is cool enough.
Having a siesta is our new friend, as we appreciate why the Spanish (especially in the south) shut up shops and go indoors away from the heat and rest at 2pm. They then re-open 4-5pm until 8-9 pm.. . and then families enjoy a ...
... the nights get cold. It is situated at the edge of a town called Humilladero, which ranks as one of the strangest places we have been to!
The name Humilladero comes from the Latin, humility or humble. The nearest translation to English is perhaps Calvary, the name given to a cross or pillar, usually, but not always, of religious origin. They usually marked a place for prayer, but were sometimes used as a place ...
... lanes below the castle. Day two we waded through the shoulder height barley to the river and tried to walk up stream. The sand flowed liquid below our feet and hissed foul smelling methane bubbles, so we leapt for the bank and walked through the poppy speckled fields to the bridge and abandoned cottage and looped back to the house, admiring the Jurassic like thistles in the verge. Yesterday I worked in the studio, mixing the discard of the sieved ash ...