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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 ...
Barely had Helen left for snowy England before the weather here deteriorated too. A strong wind sprang up, making the awning creak and flap and the air feel much cooler. The day after she left was not only windy, but there were dark clouds low over the hills. We decided to go out for the day anyway, 20 miles up the coast to Almunecar. En route we stopped for coffee in La Herradura, a small and ...
It's blowing a hooly in Southern Spain. There's been some heavy rain overnight and, although it's now bright and sunny, the wind is so strong that I'm wondering whether Andrew, Heather and I can make it as far as the car, a few yards along the street, let alone up to the Silleta de Padul, a 1500m summit near the Sierra Nevada. But the forecast is saying that the winds are expected to abate later, so we go for it anyway.
... off up the Vereda. It's nearly 5.30pm and, wherever they're going, they haven't a hope of getting to the nearest Refugio before it gets dark. Either they're going very well equipped for an evening stroll, or the Spanish equivalent of the Duke of Edinburgh award is very tough!
The Vereda is a great walk up a fantastic valley with sutnning scenery - especially on a day like today with blue skies and snow on the mountains. Well worth doing again, despite that torrent!
... to see. Nothing out of the ordinary but very typical of a Spanish community. On the outskirts we noticed a lot of vegetable gardens in either the front or back yards. The irrigation for these is controlled by having water ways under the footpaths leading into the gardens. All you have to do is block one side off and open your side. Rick asked one old timer what it was all about and where does the water come from. Despite the language barrier it was explained to us that the water came ...