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To all of you who are reading this thank you so much for following us on our adventures.
And to Caroline, Jonathan and Ava ,thank you really doesn’t seem to cover it but I hope it is clear what a fabulous, truly unforgettable experience we have had here in your Spanish idyll . Muchisimas gracias XXX
... I showed the budding tri-athlete a thing or two about hill walking I can tell you. Although we were a trifle warm when we reached the top the views were amazing. On the walk down we passed immaculate olive groves and then further on down plums, lemons, oranges, figs , pears and apples all within about an acre of each other- lovely..
Back in the village square for breakfast at 1015.
Hot and sweaty but with buns of steel... Job ...
... where we have a delicious eggplant appetizer followed by a rice dish with prawns and ribs. As we leave, it is raining lightly - a first for us in Almuñécar and perhaps some foreshadowing of what will no doubt be awaiting us as we head back home to reality this weekend. The vacation is a couple of days from coming to an end. As our next stop is Malaga, only about an hour away, we don't ...
... a great place for a lunch break.
Still no sign of the Hoyo del Toro, however. But there's a signpost and a few blobs of red paint below and it looks like the footpath continues beyond my summit. When I get down to the signpost, it's to find that it points back upwards to the summit as a diversion off the contiuing path. The summit is referred to as the "Mirador del Vertice". Now I know that Mirador means viewpoint and the word Vertice seems to imply something ...
... remember who there were, and what they've forgotten. She writes:
'I realize that we all long to be recognized for who we truly are.
Without being seen as what we truly are, something fundamental is missing. We are run by fear. When we know who we are, we trust our choices. Risk is easier because what we are risking is based on the strength and clarity that comes ...