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Travel Blogs from Lantz
... rocks to climb on ... and more we find in this gorge that hides beneath this town in the middle of the mountains of Andalucia. How lucky we are to be here! We feel a bit sad to be leaving this evening for Torremolinos and the airport tomorrow morning.
We walk back through town to have a leftover feast for lunch at our Casa Verde. The last day(s) of a stay in a rental with a kitchen always involves leftover feasting. Then it's time to pile into ...
... cool and lovely to ride on the roof of the boat. The entire boat trip was fabulous! We had a great day and felt so happy but sad to get off the boat. We fed the fish at the end of the dock before saying farewell to Ena and Stuart.
Leaving the marina we head up the coast road and drive through some small beach towns and along the cliffs and sea. Sometimes we have views of the sea and coastline that are awesome. It's about a 30 minute drive up the coast to the ...
... There might be a chance of getting to it with a bit of luck ....
The track becomes a rough path and goes into trees, but a bit further on, I get to an old era (threshing circle) and there is a signpost - an erect one this time - pointing onwards to "Pico de Vila, 30 min"! And, especially by the standards of Spanish signposts, this one is extremely accurate!
Although Vilo is very rounded and not in itself ...
... t here just yet.
The first part of the walk is the same as last time - past the Tajo de Madera and up the track through a small wood. But as we get into open meadows again, the GPS seems to be saying that we should be going up the hillside to our left, passing an old dwelling (now relegated to being a cattle shed), which is built against a high rock face - no point in building four walls, when one of them is ready made for you!
Although at first ...
... way home down the cobble stone streets. Je'maine and I were a bit nervous about the ghost coming back, so we googled how to say "You are not welcome" In Spanish, Yes, we know we are idiots. Before we fell asleep we noticed a mans shoe print on Je'maines side of the bed, lazy laundry doer, or a ghost? You decide. We also fought over who was going to turn the light off and shut the door, of course I had to do it. We were so scared ...
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