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... the inevitable but impressive tunnels we've come to expect as an essential part of the Spanish road network (and possibly another example of its love for the excess).
We passed through huge tracts of native pine forest growing on some spectacular mountainous ridges and we passed through an amazing river valley of the river Tardes ?? that must have been at least ten kms from one side descending down the steep canyon sides before ascending the other after passing through ...
... suggested we head back to the hotel to check where to catch the bus, use the bathroom, etc,. Good thing she did because we got to the hotel around 7:20-7:30 and the last bus to the airport leaves at 8. Also luckily, the bus stop was exactly in front of our hotel. We retrieve our bags, relax in the air conditioning for a few and then step outside to wait for our bus. Two other ladies are waiting as well and as the bus pulls up, realizing we all ...
... present and you could see how many people they could actually fit in there. We spent about 30-45 minutes in the fort when we had to look for a restroom. We're thinking that we might have gotten some bad lunch meat from the little grocery store that was beach side in Malaga which sold more chips, liquor and sunscreen then anything else. But since we couldn't find a restroom near the fort we had to hike back up that hill (third time now) ...
... After Lorca we headed inland and upwards. A lot of the dual carriage way was what cyclists call false flat. But it was soon 800 metres above sea level. As we drove on the drizzle and then rain arrived. For a while I didn't think the Citroen geeks had programmed a fast enough speed into the auto wipers. We ended up in the clouds for a while at around the 1000 metres mark and eventually climbed to 1380 metres on the dual ...
... want lots of food, you're going to get pretty smashed, which is what happened the first night. I have solved this problem though as we discovered subsequently that "refrescos" (soft drinks) also attract your free tapa. Secondly, you can get occasional re-runs, for example 2 of the same tapa in a row. We've only had this once though.
To illustrate the magic of free tapa, one night we ordered 2 beers, 3 wines, a sangria, a bottle of water, and had 5 courses of ...