La Posada Morisca
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... clearance on La Corona last year - January seems to be the best time of year for these events.
Eventually the show comes to an end and the cloud resolves itself into a blanket covering of the higher peaks, with the sunshine remaining at lower levels. I get to the top of Fuerte in time for lunch and am back down in Frigiliana at about 3.00pm, having met nobody on the whole route. So the photos msut be a world exclusive ....
... level. A bit of peace for us upstairs.
Drinks on the balcony overlooks the best view of Frigiliana, people horse riding and even a local man walking his herd of at least 20 goats.
I love it!
Frigiliana is voted the prettiest town in Spain for a reason - it is gorgeous.
Lots of whitewashed buildings, similar to the Greek Islands, and narrrow cobblestoned streets.
Also lots of little restaurants ...
... refuge in what turned out to be Romeos owners Casa, enjoying a welcomed impromptu offered cool drink, probably due to the look on our faces and now pooling sweat on our 'super light weight' clothing. Once we finished I still looked out for the Boar on the way down and was disappointed donkey was not a menu option if I must be honest once we made it to the restaurant. But on reflection as someone that is a perpetual worrier, perhaps Romeo is a good reminder that life will never change or ...
FRIGILIANA to MANILVA
The plan is yet again thwarted in Frigiliana because of the rain. It is a beautiful pueblo blanco in the mountains where I have planned a ridge walk entitled The Moor and his Parrot. We explore the old town on foot of course soon after we arrive and take a ride on the Wally Wagon, the McDonald train we call it. We plan to start out mid morning the next day and walk the 10 or so kilometres followed possibly by a beer and tapas in ...
... footpath" at its merciless angle, then the uncertainty about the route onwards from the col, followed by the scramble up that horrible steep gully and finally picking a route up that last crag to the top. It was a great day out, but didn't I use phrases like "never again" and "once in a lifetime experience" at the end of it?
Whatever, we're committed to trying it now - and to tell the truth, after several days of heavy rain, I'm desperate to get a walk in somewhere, ...