Parador de Nerja
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- Swimming pool
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We then drove up to Frigiliana. a very pretty traditional white village that is just inland from Nerja. The photos don't do it justice but you get the idea. J tells me the Church is also lovely- I didn't go in as I was finishing my ( soft) drink in the square. Priorities.
Next stop our nearest beach at Algorobbo Costa and ...
... was really hot and you had to breath really heavy all the time.
The worst part of the trip was when i got sunburned and my skin was hurting all the time and the best part was probably being at the beach and at the pool with my friend.
One of the days we visited a waterland which was huge and fun.
It was better than what ...
... day of the cross and really is about the cross. I did not know what to expect, I knew they were going to play sevillanas everywhere and that there would be some kind of parade but I did not get the feast. I found out that on different locations in town they had put a big red cross with different ornaments, like flowers, cakes, pottery, gold and music and the day was to just go outside, visit the different crosses and dance sevillanas. So we did and it was a great day, a lot of ...
... and then headed off to the town called Sacromonte and Albaicin. It was a quaint little town situated in the mountains of Granada. The houses on these mountains are all built into caves. It wasn't a very touristy place, so it was basically us 6 walking up and down the mountain. Our program director failed to mention we'd be hiking up mountains and that flip flops probably weren't the best idea. It was pretty cool however to be in the middle of these vast ...
... even then. Apart from the difficulties under foot, the ridge is a switchback of short sharp ascents and descents. Sometimes it's best to stick to the ridgeline, but in places this is impossible, either because of the vegetation or because of steep crags, and I have to detour to one side or the other. Somewhere along here, one of the minor summits is called Cerro Boniato - but there are several contenders and I've never managed to work out which one ...