Hotel Finca el Cerrillo
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This morning we were up before dawn to get a little walk in before the heat of the day.. We started off near Canillas which is about a 10 minute drive from here and then he made me get out of the car..
We followed a pretty stream winding through a deep gorge surrounded by wild rhododendrons and fruit trees . As we walked we watched the sun come up and hit the peaks around us. Then we started to climb…..and climb…. and ...
... collide', the opening titles would be shot entirely inside the grounds of the Mezquita. As a bonus level of bizzare, the outside facings are what the town of Luht Golen from Diablo2 were based on, leaving me to wander the Jewish Quarter all afternoon looking for the secret cow level.
Having nursed Hannah into some semblance of health (or, at least, followed the first Hyppocratic rule and did no harm), we then bussed to a town named Granada where, perched ...
It's a mountain with two names, about four summits and, as far as I know, no documented routes of ascent. And, surprisingly, at 1824m, it's also the third highest in the Sierra de Almijara.
Cerro Puerto lies not far to the west of Lucero, but whereas Lucero's pointed shape catches the eye, even from a long way a way, Cerro Puerto appears as a group of rounded stony lumps. It's hard to regard it as a single mountain and even harder ...
At 10:50 Dad and I left to go to mini market on a little street. On the way we got to the construction site that we had to go through to get to the mini market was barricaded off so we went the long way. On the way back we found out that we could go through the construction site. A few minutes later we left for the Alhambra. We walked down the Main Street we had some lunch from a bread shop. It was a bit of a hard climb up but on the way there we some facts on the ocean and stuff. When ...
I've tried getting up Malascamas twice before. The first time, like today, was from the southern side, when I ran out of time and visited Cerro Alcubaz instead. The second attempt was from the north and quickly ended in failure, when I found that all the paths (and half the valley!) had been washed away in a flood a couple of years ago. So it's back to the southern approach, only with a very early start this time, and on a cool day, which might assist my progress.
I leave ...