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... We spent a few hours down there, loving the sun as we hadn't lay out in it for quite a few weeks now and need to work on our tan for the next month of beaches! Finally we decided we were looking pink enough and went to find some nice grass and shade to lay under, read and dry off.
Stopped in at the bar and had a really refreshing mojito. Headed home, showered and Tao made a few different Thai dishes for dinner. They were all so good!
About 10pm Sarah and I headed out to ...
... it is just the same. The streets are packed with people drinking and chatting. A large portion of these people are under 18; it's easy to get away with underage drinking at feria. You turn down an alleyway to find a young couple making out. 5 metres away, there is a drunk guy ******* against the wall. By the early afternoon, the streets are lined with filth, **** and rubbish. ...
... completely normal. For him, yes. My mood is lifted later in the walk by an incident which merely proves the arrogance and impatience that we all know and love of the German race. We had arrived at a particularly tricky quagmire. The climbers in front were taking their time to pick their way through, using protruding stones and tufts, hanging on to a tree branch when possible. John marches straight through, however..... I follow suit of the people ahead and begin to pick my ...
... evening. On getting up we see the weather is rainy and the hills are covered with cloud. Not the kind of day to set out on a hike over a mountain with no one knowing where you are. Sadly we decide to go back to the coast in search of better weather.Estapona doesn't disappoint, nor does the very expensive and immaculate campsite a little further down the road at Manilva. Again it's a good excuse to get some washing done and have a chat with other campers on ...
... a (en route), we reached the Sierra Nevada area fairly easily. The views along the motorways are beautiful, and that isn't something you would expect. The terrain changes from green to desert and then to vast mountains. One beautiful site is the Embalse de Rules (reservoir) as well as the Puente de Lata (bridge), which is worth a stop prior to arriving in Granada.
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