Cortijo Puerto el Peral
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of following the road does save me some distance, it also leaves me utterly exhausted when I reach the top… Finally I reach the ridge and gaze out to a new valley with more villages dotting the landscape. There one that’s perched high on a plateau that I’d have to go down then up again to get to—but I’m going to skip it. I’ve got to know what my limits are, and I’m getting close to reaching them. Cutar, on the other hand ...
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We arrived in Ricon after an easy drive from Seville. We got a little lost thanks to conversion issues with GPS. Second attempt worked and as it works Wilma and Marcel had just arrived too.
We stayed right by the beach. We had a very pleasant night catching up with each other. We met them in St Emilion and shared a wine then. This is how friendships start. I found a ...
... t feel the need to hit him, I did want to correct him, and possibly give him a bit of a poke in the eye. But I desisted in order to maintain group harmony. Other highlights of Granada: coming across the Flamenco performance in the plaza next to the cathedral. They were busking, but they were good. A huge crowd gathered, mostly Spanish, who participated, calling 'ole!' At the right moments, clapping in synch, and whipping up the fun. This guy could dance, and had the looks and movesof ...
... improved as the day went on although marred by a brisk, cold wind. We waited until the afternoon, when the sun appeared, to venture out; this time to Campillos. We walked around the 16th church and up the street to see Saint Benito’s hermitage. If it was there, we couldn’t find it. Apparently 'the vestiges of the town’s Arab castle looms over the centre,’ but they were missing as ...