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... on rooftop patio. Weather has turned cooler especially in the evenings.
Wonderful views from patio restaurants in the many different villages surrounding us.
See pic of Simons' steep morning hike to chapel.
Took some rides rides on routes through valley villages, plus great hikes along mountain trails.
We will be storing our moto here with the Attridge family. joined them for cocktails at their fabulous villa ,located ...
... event. The endless floats, bedecked with balloons, flowed through the city centre, some carrying the three kings with their respective gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh, along side marching bands, fairies on roller skates, prancing, horses and giant Disney characters. ‘Caramelo, caramelo’, the kids screamed, going wild under the relentless showers of hard boiled sweets that rained from the floats and bounced off our heads. ...
... monkeys live at the top of the rock from where, we are told on a clear day you can enjoy brilliant views of Africa - but the weather wasn’t great when we visited and we could just about make out the ships in the port below and as for the monkeys, who were too close for my comfort it was more like Gorillas in the mist. The monkeys, who all have names, are well looked after and their numbers are kept under control by giving them the contraceptive pill. '’The ...
... way off the bridge and the lake was surrounded by steep rocks on all sides. We started to feel defeated because there was no way to swim and no way to get in. Luckily in the picture we had, there was a goat on top of a mountain in the background which Janosch recognised. Using the angles in the picture we decided to cross the dam and try the other side. Two nudist sunbathers made us realize we made the right choice and we saw a small rocky place near the water to ...
... to the Vereda de Estrella in 2km, I decide that it's a good idea to abandon the idea of continuing to Hornillo, and to take my chance of getting back to the Vereda. The path is worryingly vague at first and becomes non-existent as I cross a grassy pasture inhabited by a few horses, near a couple of old buildings which are presumably the Cabanas Viejas, which I saw marked on that map a long time ago. From here are great views upwards towards the high peaks ...