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... is here. I would prove it.
I dug beside the sycamore and I felt the shovel touched something solid, it was true, gold, jewels,special necklaces, rings and so on. I was so happy I finally reached my personal legend and I thought, there should be a new mission, Fatima.
... have lunch in the sun, before getting the bus back. The scenery is amazing, and we saw a huge cloud of large black or dark-coloured birds wheeling over the top of one mountain, maybe a couple of dozen of them. They looked like predators and reminded me of the huge spread-winged vultures from Egyptian tombs. My guess would be buzzards, but I don't know. Where's Davina when you need her! (Edit: just reading a book by an ...
... crosswords; then my favourite bit the "ambulada" to the beach. Seņor hurls my ball into the sea and I gleefully bellyflop into the cooling waves. It is possible to walk entirely on the beach to Estepona but after just 4 kilometres, it's impossible to get Seņor past The Laguna Bar and Restaurant. Seņor y Seņora are now regulars, the menu offers a tasty variety of Chinese, Japanese and typically Spanish dishes. It also has wonderful Spanish waitresses ...
... the hills so the drive is very beautiful but as roads are narrow going is slow. Headed off to sentinel which is a town built around a stream under the cliffs. Amazing to see as houses are built into the cliff, dripping water and roots of the trees above coming through in areas. From there headed to Gibraltar but coming down the mountains took nearly an hour of decent to reach the sea. ÔMG all we did was weave our way ...
... us. The spectacular view of the town now dwarfed below and the valley beyond, was worth the long and hot climb up. The legend here is that when the Spanish were trying to seize the Castle, from the Moors. The Spanish had failed several times. A clever Spanish soldier noticed the Moorish sentinel would check if any attackers were hiding behind the wall by tossing a rock and setting the pigeons in flight. If they flew the sentinel figured there was no danger. One night a ...