La Posada Morisca
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It's now six years since I started living half of my life in Frigiliana and during that time I reckon I must have walked up El Fuerte, the mountain just behind the village, on about 40 occasions. Bearing in mind that it's nearly always been via the same route, you might think that the novelty would wear off, but it never does. There's always something different to see, or a spectacular view to be enjoyed.
There's one ...
... went for an 1 hour drive to the Alhambra in Granada.
It is a massive palace and some of the art work inside is made by some artist.
Every single room has some artwork done on the floor, walls and the roof.
There is a throne room it has many hidden symbols inside the room.
The rest of the palace was the exactly same as the throne room but some were bigger and some where smaller.
There was an outside that was just ...
... they bite, but just as you assume 'Beware of the Dog' is probably referring to the yapping Maltese poodle, this was considered more a great photo opportunity than a real concern. So climbing up, following the thin cobbled pathway, with its 100m deathly drop and no barrier, we finally found ourselves face to face with the now nicknamed Romeo and Juliette of the donkey world. I snapped, we laughed and when Romeo trotted over to us, I was delighted at the opportunity to test my ...
... Today I'm walking up El Fuerte from Frigiliana, for what must be about the 40th time. There's a temptation to save a bit of weight by leaving the camera behind, on the grounds that I probably won't use it - fortunately it's an urge that I manage to resist.
Other than the fact that I'm accompanied by Terry, who hasn't been up this mountain before, it's a fairly routine ascent until well beyond the half way point. It's a warmish day for January, with a ...
... In fact, in contrast to France, where the road tolls amounted to around 75 euros in total, I've paid just over 2 euros to cross Spain. The Spanish are completely inconsistent in the way they apply tolls on their motorways - sometimes you pay, and sometimes you don't. You can tell that this motorway is in Andalusia because the central reservation is covered in bright pink oleander bushes.
It's not long before I'm on familiar ...