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... is its local only natural enemy.
Our first site was the Monasterio de Mortesion. These days it numbers one monk, Brother Antonio, who is too ill to make the c 3k trip a day from Cazorla to the monastery. We stopped for photographs and carried on for views of it from the rear as we continued to climb.
The day started c 11C so nice walking weather. The temperature rose to perhaps 27C but manageable. I did consume the Aquarius ...
... br> Took a bit of time to reach the autovia for the 2H trip to Ibida. Of particular note were fields and fields of olive trees and a couple of large solar panel fields. Apparently Spain gets 40% of its energy from solar and wind sources.
Elaine must have thought she had to fill in the silence as she detailed more of the uncertain history of flamenco dancing in Spain. It has four parts: singing, guitar, claping and dancing.
We headed into the Andulusian province ...
Leaving Alarcon Castle was a bit of a challenge. It is a small village but Madame Satnav was going to get us out and back on to the main road. Wasn't she? Well, for a start she didn't seem able to recognise no entry signs or, indeed, roads that had flower pots strategically placed to prevent traffic! Eventually both cars separately made their way to the main road via a number of photo opportunities. During one of these, on a very quiet road out of ...
... way throughout some truly magnificent countryside a varying altitudes. At times we had huge vertices drops, some one false move and disaster. Eventually we made our way to our final destination than a hotel Gaschen price and sent about 3 to 4 beers before getting changed going up to the Plaza finding a restaurant and having a nice meal getting home around 10.30 ...
... all the families come out for a stroll and a bit of chinwagging. The kids run riot, the bars are overflowing and everyone seems to enjoy themselves.
Becoming more Spanish by the day we had another late lunch before a siesta followed by some exploring of the town, Apero, tapas and another day was gone like a flash. The next morning we headed further west towards Ubeda. The more I see of Spain the more I'm amazed with their planning for ...