Rural Hotel Almazara
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... through the village to the site of the former Castillo (hardly any of which remains) and then down the brief descent to La Lizar, where Frigiliana's water supply is contained in a small reservoir, perched on a ridge.
It's here that I notice the first signs of the changing weather. Still bright and sunny where I am, but cloud is beginning to stream off the ridge of Cerro Mangueno and El Cielo to my right. No doubt ...
... to mention that it was build over 1000 years ago.
My favorite bit about the palace was the gardens they looked good and smelt nice too.
And on the way back home I fell asleep and when we got home we went to the beach to have lunch and I got a gelato which it basically like icecream.
And than we went home and that is where I am at now. Tomorrow we are going at 10:00am for a 2 hour drive to Marbella which will be very ...
... next 5 min saw my usually composed father in law (whose previous achievements include shrugging his shoulders while describing the time he jumped out of an upside down helicopter that was underwater and escaping enough military coups to raise suspicion around his career choices)...self sacrificing as he waved and yelled to try and distract a quite determined relative of Mr Ed from charging at my usually very lucky husband and his no longer photo happy wife. With only 150m to our ...
... excitement takes place. A few bubbly clouds have been building on some of the lower hills to the west and as we're sitting eating our lunch, they really get going. One group of clouds is now massing over Competa and Sayalonga below us, while another is marching quickly up the southern side of El Cielo, from the coast. The latter group then rises above Cielo and meets a resisting current just beyond, which sends it towering upwards, producing some ...
... brown sign at the side of the road. Two or three kilometres after passing a sign saying it's only 7km to Malaga, there's still no sign of the city as the road snakes past steep mountainsides. Then, all of a sudden, the docks appear in front and there's just enough time to slow down before you end up in the Mediterranean.
40 minutes later I'm doing my shopping in Lidl, before arriving in Frigiliana in beautiful warm sunshine.