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... in and tossing us about – we headed further east. We ended up anchoring in a very pleasant bay – with less
Saturday 20 June
After a much better nights sleep we headed off for Motril from where we should be able to
get to Granada.We found a moorin gat the Real Club – a bit a distance away from the town but that's okay.
Sunday 21 June
Tried to take a busto the bus ...
... off school we are heading up to Grenada for a few night for a mini adventure. Hopefully well get to do some cycling and see some more of this beautiful place where we live. The weather here is really beautiful. It last rained two weeks ago and since then has been mid 20s every day with pure blue sky and sunshine. When it does rain it doesn't matter and is actually quite nice. Aims for the month ahead are do more exercise, take more photographs and keep on enjoying the ...
... of the GR7 long-distance footpath and there should therefore be plentiful red and white marker posts around, which there aren't. However, as this path is a good one and is going down towards the river which I'm supposed to cross, I decide to keep following it.
Not a bad decision in the end, but only after a lot of winding about through the olive groves on the hillside opposite the village! The village gradually drops away below me, but for quite a while I'm heading in ...
... was a beachy section for the Bahamas and they had the skin of a zebra on their wall from Africa. There were family pictures everywhere. It was a nice little getaway from our big group for the night. They were so accommodating to us. When we first got there we sat out on their patio and had little snacks. We had hummus and peter made us dates wrapped in bacon. They were absolutely delightful. (Now say that in a British accent.. haha) We sipped some champagne and then went out ...
There are quite a lot of places around Frigiliana which have some measure of local historical importance, but few of them have the significance of the Venta de Panaderos - the destination of our walk today. A Venta (there are several scattered around these hills, all of them now abandoned and in ruins) is a mountain inn - a refreshment stop for muleteers travelling along the trade routes between the coast and the inland areas towards Granada. ...