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... to the searing sun. After that it was up to the Plaza de la Constitucion near the church it was there we spent some lovely evenings previously and I wanted to get the lie of the land for tonight's socialising. Back to campsite for a welcome siesta in the shade. I'm going to upload first draft of this at 19:00 because WiFi is slow and I'll top up pictures tomorrow ...
... d got in through an extremely unsafe windows at the top of the house, we of course then began to feel that perhaps we didn't want to stay there. The other thing with this is was that all until we went away for our weekend, all the properties around had been occupied however the season had drawn to a close and all of a sudden we were surrounded by a load of empty houses. What had up until then been a lovely spot for us, began to feel a bit creepy. In addition to this, with ...
... where outflanking the crags is possible. There's then a steep loose section of scree leading down into an area of thick prickly bushes - and then down a bit more. I'm now some way below the others, but I've got past the crags. The only problem now is fighting my way through the bushes - most of them are a vicious variety of gorse. Back on the ridge, Martin, Lesley and John can see what appears to be a stone moving across the top of the vegetation. My hat is the ...
... again as soon as I catch up. We're at La Civilia in just over an hour (or at least I am - some of the group probably broke the Olympic record).
There's one guy in particular, who seems to be leading the group. He's taking loads of photographs (he needs a good telephoto lens to get one of me) and is carrying the most enormous rucksack. It ought to be slowing him down to a crawl, but it isn't. Theories abound as to what might be ...
... number of cats roaming the streets. If Mexico has its dogs, Torrox has its cats. You can't walk 10 yards without stepping on one. Rumour has it that cats were introduced to control a rat problem -- I wonder how you control a cat problem? Nothing much else to report but in some way that's OK.