Balcon de Competa Hotel
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... some of the conversation. To be fair when i really concentrate i can understand about 30% sometimes more if they speak slowly, but there were instances in where i understood almost all of what they were talking about. I found that the best way to listen is to listen to people who are learning also because their accent is similar and they speak slowly and have similar vocabulary to you also. So when the English girl was talking i could understand most of what she ...
... were the height of the dome at St Pauls all the way through. The pillars supporting the ceiling seemed enormous too, as if Gulliver himself might appear from around the corner. The place was bulit to impress, overwhelm and make people feel small when in god's house.....even the doors were on a grand scale.
Pablo Picasso's museum was a welcome & peaceful contrast, set in a beautiful old castillo, restored to become a white palace of a shrine to one of Malaga's ...
It's just over three months since there was a serious wild fire near Competa, which is 6 or 7 miles from Frigiliana as the crow flies. It was a baking hot Sunday afternoon and suddenly we saw a huge plume of smoke to the north west, and then lots of helicopters buzzing round. Within minutes there were flames on the hillside too. After a couple of hours, it was apparent that the firefighters were getting on top, but the fire wasn't out ...
We made up our packed lunch and decided to head off into the mountains for the day.
After heading inland we headed off for Competa stopping at a lovely lake for lunch. It was warm and sunny and we had great views. Competa was a lovely white village, built on steep hills. it had a lovely square and the streets were great to wander around. It did get a bit colder as the sun went away, but we still had a great day out.
... think this must translate as the Inn in the Pastures). There's a bit more of this one left standing and it's got a well-preserved threshing circle, which serves as another fine viewpoint. It's a good place for a snack break, although the wind has been freshening and is strong enough to blow my gloves away when I take them off to take photographs.
From this Venta, another half hour of gentle uphill walking brings me to Puerto Blanquillo (1210m), with another ...