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... the hydro plant, and its impressive "tuberia" which channels the water supply, the path gets rougher and climbs more steeply - and with more of those irritating drops in between the climbs. The ascent is therefore quite a slow one (mainly on account of me needing to stop for frequent rests) and I'm quite surprised to find, when we stop for a lunch break alongside the river, that it's already taken us 3 hours from Capileira. And we're only about as far along the trail ...
... a rest stop. I can see Las Tomas above - not too far away, but still about 300m above, so after temporarily losing the path (which is again squandering height by going downhill!), I decide it's time to turn round. Back at La Isla, the trees provide plenty of shade and an excellent lunch spot.
Then it's upwards again and back to La Cebadilla. Unfortunately, from here, there's another ascent (which I hardly noticed ...
... Potter" and it confirmed that mountain life may not be for me. We disembarked the bus in the village of Pampaneira, and timely so, since Jenia's face had already turned 3 shades greener. A chameleon of sorts, his face was indistinguishable from the trees surrounding him. O.K. Jenia, you can resume!
Lies, all lies! Now where was I before I was so rudely interrupted! Down the ravine and across the river we go, jumping ...
... you couldn't see anything in sight. I also realized at that point we had forgotten our house key and they usually leave around 6 on Saturdays to go have dinner. We panicked and started running..downhill..with a backpack. The signs showed us that we had run almost 5K downhill and we were definitely feeling it. Since being in Granada, I don't think exercise and staying in shape has been a top priority, so it was a rough day. Uphill, downhill, climbing, maneuvering around the hill, ...
... was, the great part is we had followed the signs and been driving circles around this area for 2 hours. Enough said get a working GPS, I think I will look for an El Radio Shacko.
Funny note about our entry to the country, we were told we had to go to the local police station to register or we could be considered illegal, so Sun we went down to the Moron Station but they don’t do it on Sunday so we went back yesterday (Mon) ...