Hotel Abades Guadix
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... or downhill since lunch - so we did pretty well in terms of time . . Biked into the city - happy to have someone to follow - checked into our hotel - got a quick lesson as to how to find our way around Granada, Dean lives here, as does Warren - grabbed our olive oil - said goodby to our fabulous guides - and now we are on our own!
46 miles and 2600 feet of elevation gain . . .
Also said goodby ...
... old olive oil factory. They have been producing oil here since 1795 and the tree in the courtyard is 500 years old! 100,000 olive trees in this estate! They run a completely organic business - never spraying - allowing the weeds to grow and using them as compost. It was really fun to see the machines - huge granite conical stones crush the olives into mash. They sell a very special oil called, ...
... with us being tropical bunnies now we suppose).
Along the way we have purchased several new motorcycle items and as well as items we left with here is a short appraisal of such, (we have no sponsorship from anyone so these appraisals are purely our own and for those of you who wish to know what kit we are using).
- RXT DUO TECH HELMETS. Jules had one of these in an earlier model and it proved quite a good unit, particularly as it outlasted a Shoei that ...
... been chatting on a forum to another couple, Phil & Hazel, who were thinking of doing something similar. They too set up a website, “Phil & Hazel’s Adventures” which is in reality as much of a 'Phil’s Daily Rant’ as a travelogue, but we have been following this for four years, with the occasional e-mail exchange. It was from their blog that we learned of El Pinar as a possible Christmas site. ...
... have on Andalucia and we programmed the satnav to a street nearby. I turned left a street too soon and we were soon lost in a maze of streets no wider than the car. The satnav lost its signal and we were forced down numerous one way streets until we came to a tiny plaza where there was one disabled car space. We parked and went straight into a bar where we had an extremely good cup of coffee and the barman showed ...