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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 ...
... take in our surroundings, learn the language and perhaps go for lunch together, as in, sit at the same table simultaneously, eat our meal and leave, having had a nice time. This is opposed to what normally happens when we , "try," to eat out. Normally it goes like this; 1. Arrive at restaurant and sit at table. Usually have to change tables a couple of times so we can squeeze in pram, plus whatever transport Alex has decided he wants to travel on that day, bike ...
... a disastrous earthquake in 1884 when more than 100 people were killed in Albunuelas, with over 360 homes destroyed.
Finding a way back into the village is a good deal easier than finding the way out. There's just time to attempt a visit to the large church with its unusual clock tower, which features a strange metal framework steeple (and a recently-added satellite dish) on top. Unfortunately, both are behind a locked gate, preventing a proper inspection. Next time perhaps ...
... At first we went to the wrong bar and were trying to talk to the bartenders in Spanish and we had to ask how to get to the right one.. but once we got there and ordered it, it was kind of like a frozen mojito with coconut in it. It was delicious! We woke up the next morning and had tostadas and cafe con leche with Peter, Lisa, and Espiritu and then Peter drove us to meet with our group in Granada. It was a really nice break from our group and we just loved seeing Peter and Lisa!
... refreshment break in the sun, with an excellent view of El Cisne, towering above the valley opposite us.
From here, it's an easy walk along a wide track, with superb views across and down the Rio Higueron on our right. We're all hoping to spot and ibex or two (this is often a good place) but there are none to be seen today. The Venta de Panaderos is now in sight, in its lonely position on the slope below Lucero. It isn't far off, but ...