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1277. A Very Quick Tour (Spain 081) Adra, June 24, 2012, Day 104 3 hours, 2.4 kms Today I should probably get back to Algeciras, but I’m going to do a couple of towns on the way. I have little more than an hour between buses in Adra—so I’m not sure that it should count. But I decide to make a run for it, heading up the quiet beach stretch and then circling back up the narrow streets of the town center, past a ...
... in the valley, a controversial scheme intoduced because of the vultures dwindling numbers. Horses saddled we apprehensively trotted behind Joanne on a two hour jaunt through the countryside. ‘pull their heads up with the reins’ Joanne told us to stop the greedy horses munching on the forbidden grass. The trek took us through the hills and over tricky terrain, going downhill was hairy and we had to grip the horses vice like with our knees ...
... Frodo Baggins (which has been a common feeling for me during this trip), as we walked through the town full of strange people, in a strange place, with no directions besides a blurry hand-drawn map, with only enough food for the day. Luckily at the entrance of the country road there was a local man our age who strongly we advised we take the highway instead of navigating unmarked the country roads. Apparently they have frequent rockslides and road closures. Good ...
... evacuation points" on this hillside - something I've never seen anywhere before! There's even a hint that if you walk for the required number of minutes in the right direction, there'll be a helicopter there waiting to give you a lift - or if not, perhaps there'll be one along in 10 minutes' time....??
On regaining easier ground, I pass a sign pointing downhill towards Cabanas Viejas, a point I remember seeing on that signboard a couple of hours ago. It ...
... supermarket to buy some bits and walk home again. The young lad serving us was so nice, we decided to give it one more try and ask him. Good for him, he drew the directions on a bit of paper and explained that we had to walk through a very narrow street and it would be around the corner stuck to a wall. Yes we found it easy enough then. There are so few streets in Beas de Granada and we felt sure we walked through them all but obviously missed that one. Also you would not have thought ...