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... spare room. Bonny, Mike, Matthew and Duncan put up with us sleeping on their lounge room floor for weeks on end. Kelly who gave us her spare room and showed us round her Edinburgh. Emma, Hamish, Sam and Isla let us sleep in there caravan in their yard for a month. Anne, Fred, Isidore and Malou let us bunkdown in their farmhouse while their family was visiting for the school holidays. Mary, Mattias, Julian, Holgar and Martine welcomed us so warmly and Marcel and Karin ...
... wasn’t all Brandy and Jelly Babies though. Michael and John did a bit of running as both are in training (ha ha- see previous paragraph..) for things ending in ‘thon’. The only feedback was ‘it was hot’. No s**t.
I think a good time was had by all after a rather dramatic start.. Thanks for coming Mr and Mrs B and thanks for looking after our house ! xxx xxx
... the double voice when you now how the actors in the show really talk. I sometimes wonder if they even translate the words or just come up with a completely different plot . Everything is going pretty well here, so talk to you later ✳Nothing on tv is new here because it takes a while for them to make the double voice Love from Spain, and 2 kisses from Europe! ...
... vegetation. Even so, it's a bit of a relief when we are finally able to step onto the clear track which leads back towards Acebuchal.
It's getting much warmer and eventually sunny as we approach Acebuchal. The hamlet has only about 20 houses but it does have a bar, so the ice-cold beers are extremely welcome at the end of the walk. And to go with them, there's the bar's speciality - huge slices of delicious apple cake. A perfect end to an excellent walk.
... west and the Sierra Arana to the north - plus everything in between, with the city of Granada sprawling below. And behind, seemingly only a stone's throw away, is the snow-capped summit of Veleta.
There's more than one way off Trevenque, so we continue down the eastern side. The "path" now consists of extremely loose steep scree and progress is painfully slow for a while. But it doesn't take all that long to reach a ...