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... exciting. We kicked ourselves for not returning the same way. Even though the roadways are excellent as reported previously- its just that they are carved out of the rock and looking over the edge is disconcerting.
Our second big drive was to Cordoba (Cordova), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, about 2 hours drive west and north from Triana through the foothills of the Sierra Morena mountains, one of the largest ...
... to remove the empty plate. Every time a piece of cutlery was dropped (quite frequently, thanks to Lesley’s dyspraxia) there he was with a clean implement almost before the dropped one hit the floor.
There was a mini bus service running from the city centre up to the Alhambra, so we decided to save our legs and joined the old folk and Japanese tourists for the short ride up the hill, reaching the Palace in time for ...
... and lakes on the way back, their shores so vast that you couldn’t see the end and already we had an idea of how busy the area will become in just a couple of months. With Pedalo’s lining the shore, ice-cream kiosks closed all winter, pulling up the shutters, stacks of chained deckchairs appearing and restaurants being spruced up, all getting ready for the next onslaught of the tourists we knew it wouldn’t be long before the lakes and the beaches are heaving ...
... at 11 in the morning, but by 2 it was so crowded it was a struggle to get to the water. Everyone was pitching tents, building barbecue pits, and smoking weed in preparation for the festival (we could smell it everywhere we went). The beach will really get crazy tonight, but we have class tomorrow and it's finals week (and we don't have tents :) )
We spent a long day sunbathing and swimming in the frigid Mediterranean (it was ...
... de Panaderos lies at about 1000m above sea level on the way towards the Puerto de Frigiliana, the lowest point on the mountain watershed for many miles in either direction and a route which must have been fairly heavily used in years gone by.
But that isn't the only reason for this Venta's importance, because in the late 1940s and early 1950s it was right in the centre of an area being contested by the two sides in a conflict which was ...