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... only real landmark here… 1278. Goodbye to the Greenhouse Region (Spain 082) Motril, June 24, 2012, Day 104 4 hours, 4.9 kms Motril is another greenhouse town, a little ways away from the coast so it doesn’t have the beachtown vibe. Today is Dia del San Juan, a major holiday—so I’m surprised to see a little supermarket open… of course… it’s run by a Chinese family! I continue on through the ...
... stops working when it gets below freezing (i.e. our heater stops heating just when we need it most - when it gets below freezing) we are definitely staying south until we get THAT sorted out. Also, our water pump stopped working the day before Christmas and we need to get that fixed. (Every caravan supply and repair shop we've stopped at is closed from Dec 20 until tomorrow - day after 3 Kings holiday - so not much we could do about that until ...
... hear him crying and night and see his little face looking up at you. But I don't want to make a rod for my own back. Roy and Dee have taken me under their wing too, so we are being well looked after. They have cooked me stew, and tonight it's BBQ night. I even used their shower the other day! Total luxury. To be honest, I think I will find it hard pushed to leave. I have all I need here, and it is close to the beach too. If only I didn't have to come home... ...
... 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 ...
... I'm not quite sure). But there's another prominent signpost in sight and, sure enough, this leads me to a much clearer and probably well-used path down the hillside. It's time for a lunch break while I'm still in the sunshine, as the Genil valley below is in dark shadow.
It's quite a long descent down to the Vereda and quite a relief when I get there, as it's quite clear where the way back to the car is now. The Vereda was, presumably, originally built as ...