Cortijos De Frigiliana
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Travel Blogs from Frigiliana
... and the 1 on the top is called stalactite and the bottom is called stalagmite. One thousand years it drips once and comes closer and closer every time.
Let me tell you a story how 5 kids found the big cave (and it is in the guiness world record)
There were 5 kids looking at bats flying in and out of the bat cave.
The next day those 5 boys went back with some tools and followed the bats into the caves. ...
... br> Another day was an hour road trip to Granada to see the Allhambra, which has impressive, ornate palaces, gardens and fortresses.
We spent almost 4 hrs wandering and exporing this amazing area.
The palaces had so much detail that it is mind boggling to think that anyone would take so much time to create such sculpted, artwork walls.
We would have to say that this 4 night stay has been our best so far.
... the top of the mountain, but the question has always been as to where it starts from?
Now, however, armed with a trail imported into my GPS from Wikiloc, and with some information from friends who went up there a few weeks ago, it's time to make an attempt.
Chris, Lesley, Martin and I make an early start from El Acebuchal. Up the barranco and along to the Venta Cebollera as usual. After leaving the Paez Blanca ...
... story of the little Alsatian pup who got too close to the critters and only managed to be saved from death by the good hearted owners of a range rover who dashed them to the vet. No way would they have made it in their A class motorhome in time. 45 minutes from start to finish is all the dogs have before a horrible death. We need to be exceptionally vigilant on our walks and keep away from any pine trees and the area around them.We are also told of a ...
... from the summit. That's 15 minutes' walk innit? If you forget about the 800m of ascent ..... We start out, up the scree. This bottom bit is the steepest part, except for the gully at the top. Not far up, just before we cross the barranco, there's a "bad step" on an area of steep eroded rock. It seems to have deteriorated since last year, as I can't see a gorse bush which provided a decent foothold last time. It's probably the nastiest spot on the entire route and if it ...