Hotel Abades Guadix
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... in Spain in July, it's blazing hot - about 31C although it's still only just after 11.00am. My rucksack contains a camera, my GPS, a large bottle of water and almost nothing else. This doesn't look likely to be a long walk, irrespective of the state of my back.
It's a toss up whether to go west or east from here - east looks slightly more attractive, so that's my choice. The Via Verde is almost straight and climbs very, very gently, with a ...
... before going to Ronda - beautiful. Tried pigs ears again - quite different style this time but still excellent!! More like crackling today and big serve. In Malaga we had fish and sardines cooked on skewers on olive branch fire by the sea. Just loving it all. Group has 3 other Australians, 2 from Singapore, 2 from Oregon in US, 1 from India and her brother from Netherlands. Three who left were from Boston. Will let the pictures do the ...
... at a table outside. Our neighbours are friendly although it is next to impossible to communicate without playing charades and smiling a lot. We are certainly a novelty and possibly the only Canadians ever seen in the village. The casa has plenty of room to spread out and having stayed in different types of accommodation over the last two months we feel we know where our comfort level is with respect to livable space ...
... 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 ...
... I should know as I've tried thousands of attempted murders in the last week alone and not one has been successful. Today, for my pains, I end up with a nasty bite near my right knee.
Eventually I get to a lonely signpost, just below the ridgeline - right for the Hoya del Toro (1.3 kilometres) and left for the Tajo del Cabrero (distance not stated). Left it is.
Within 100 metres of the signpost, the very vague path has ...