Hotel Abades Guadix
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... Jagger or Michael Hutchence. He stamped, clapped, curled his hands, strutted and flexed his little bum muscles. About 10 minutes in, I suggested we keep moving. There was no answer. I looked at Kerry and her eyes were slightly glazed. 'I think I might watch this for a little while longer' she murmured. 'Oh, for f@&k's sake.' There is definitely a hippie element to Granada. There were lots of young people around in the plazas, practising circus tricks, wearing baggy cotton, ...
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 ...
Just recovering from Sayalonga Feria 2014. Basically it’s just a 72 hour party held in the village every summer. There are fun fair rides, stalls where you can win plastic tatt , candyfloss, football competitions, swimming competitions, flamenco dancing displays, modern dance displays, rockets, pop up bars , kebab vans, fireworks and just a general cacophony of noise. Not to mention free paella, foam parties and round the clock music ...
... fields. We couldn’t identify them to begin with; they are much larger than the more familiar (to us) blue heron.
Sun, at last all day Monday. We spent all morning doing several loads of washing.
From Humilladero to Seville is approximately 145km – about 1hour 30 mins. We left around 9.30 on Tuesday 21st to look around the old city starting with the cathedral. There is a small map in the ...
... and a half hours from the Fabrica.
As usual, the descent is much quicker, especially as I take a somewhat overgrown shortcut lower down to save a kilometre or two. And it's quite a bit warmer too - I even manage to take my cagoule off near the end!
Incidentally, the name Malascamas means "bad beds" - no, I haven't got a clue as to why it was attached to this mountain and, as far as I know, no-one else has either!
(8 hours, 25km, c1200m ascent)