Hotel Abades Guadix
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With rain last night, fortunately forecast so we were prepared, we organised things to avoid all our stuff getting soaked last night and planned today's shopping at El Ingenio. In MacDonald's just now for internet and a lunch, a rare event here lunch and wifi now as wifi is so easy to obtain in Spain! November 5th, decided to travel back from today so doing our last shop in Velez Malaga, staying overnight at Torre Del Mar and then off tomorrow ...
... through a burnt area straight away. There are a few houses very close by, which must have had the fire right up to their boundaries - scary for the occupants. The track, which I know well from previous visits, zigzags up the hillside. There isn't much left. The pine trees are charred and blackened and most of them have now been deliberately felled and dragged into large heaps - presumably awaiting removal. In most cases they seem only ...
... final site to visit for our time in Spain as Isabella has been a constant everywhere we have visited. She was a powerful, influential, clever ruler who financed Christopher Columbus on his voyage of discovery. She was instrumental in the unification of Spain and it's dominance in the 1400-1500's. About to catch a flight to Barcelona and then train trip to Paris tomorrow. New country, more fun to be ...
... from Lake Viñuela , 30km from Cómpeta, to collect water. The fire planes land on the water and scoop up a plane load to dump on a specified area and the helicopters literally “dangle a bucket” to to the same. Apparently sometimes for smaller fires, they raid nearby swimming pools !
We heard that 600 people were evacuated. Sadly five homes were badly damaged ...
... a tourist booth on our way to the cathedral and been given a sheet which had the opening times of all the places to visit. As the synagogue closed at 3pm we walked through the old Jewish quarter, a labyrinth of narrow winding streets. The area looks clean and picturesque now but must have been a ghetto back in the 14th and 15th centuries. The Jews were all expelled from Spain after Ferdinand ...