San Carlos Hotel Almunecar
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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 ...
... to wait for me. In my head I was saying, "please don't wait," and so I then drive to the furthest point in the car park, thinking hed get fed up waiting and walk off. I even pretended to look for something in my boot to delay me, but as I headed out of the car park he was waiting. I smiled a big smile, said, Hola and dreaded the next 8 minutes. The problem with this whole thing is that, this guy is French and speaks no English at all and my French is not great ...
... started sunny and clear, but there's now an increasing amount of cloud and it's getting quite windy.
At the top of the track there's a minor peak to the right, marked on the map as Cerro del Pozuelo. The altimeter says it has a height of 1221m. There are some good views ahead now and it's a surprise to see the ridge above Lentegi not very far away - it's been quite a long way to drive here, but as the crow flies, I'm not all that far from Lentegi and Navachica too.
... potcake" of Spain. He wandered the streets and ate the scraps from the restaurants so Peter and Lisa took him in. He is being taken care of very well now, but loves it when they take him out for walks. After dinner we met Manolo, the son of the landlord of the apartment that Peter and Lisa stay in. Manolo is in his 30s I think and Peter and Lisa introduced us and sent us off with him for the night so that he could show us the night life. We were all really tired so Manolo took ...
... the final 450m climb to the top of Lucero. Although this is a remote spot, the path is a very good one, probably because it led to the Civil Guard look-out post on the summit. Between about 1946 and 1953, there was a serious insurgency in this area - a sort of rearguard action by the remains of the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War against the Franco Regime. At one point, a gun battle took place on the slopes of Lucero, following ...