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I am sure you are all jealous of my posts about the wonderful weather I have been having while beach hopping down the coast of Spain. Well, yesterday it all went downhill rather quickly and rather severely! After spending 2 nights at a stop on the beach, I decided to move off in order to make some ground closer to tarifa which will be my most southerly stop before heading back north. The drive took me through the mountains of Spain and I noticed things starting to get a little windy. ...
Fantastic drive even if I drove Bruce mad with my heavy breathing and gasping ...freaking out about the narrow roads, and it wasn't even me driving!
this was a very varied walk, through what appears to be farming land, even if you can't imagine how someone would farm in such a steep area.
Apart from getting a little off the track for a while, and coming across a man hiking in nothing but underpants and boots (he didn't even say hi), the ...
We were SO excited to be in the Sierra Nevada national park about to do our first walk. Who would have thought. Until now we didn't even know that there was a massive mountain range in the south of Spain so being here is pretty damn cool.
So many trails to choose from!
We selected this trail as it promised varying terrains and was suited to our abilities...about 14km. Also promised good ...
... and sandy. We traveled to Malaga and arrived at the Aires we had found in the book and to our disappointment it was not there. We spent 30 mins traveling up and down thinking I had got the wrong place before we managed to contact sarah on the phone and she spoke good English and gave us the new address. We still had trouble finding the place but eventually found the site. We said we would be back by 4 as ...
... new 35 floor tower—which doesn't seem to be in use yet. It has me scratching my head… Why would a farm town like El Ejido need a 35 floor skyscraper?
Later I learn from the hotel owner I stay at that this is actually the tallest building in all of Andalucia! Taller than anything in the big cities of Sevilla, Malaga or Granada… why? “The mayor wanted our city to be famous for something” I’m told.
“And what is it ...