Rural Hotel Almazara
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... crystal clear. We climbed a big rock and I figured out that I had a orange butt pants stain from sitting on the big rock.
Our Dad bought a bat and ball it was like ping pong but without the table.
And we went to the balcony of Europe, which has a good view over the water.
The next day we went to Nerja caves and walked inside.
IT WAS THE BIGGEST CAVE I HAVE EVER SEEN!
There are 2 rocks, 1 on ...
... indulgent menu lunches of salad or soup, mixed seafood paella, bread, dessert and a drink.
We went to the Nerja caves and were blown away by how enormous these caves are.
It was one of those jaw dropping moments when all you can say is WOW.
It contains a 32metre joined stalagmite and stalactite that made it to the Guiness Book of Records for the largest in the world.
Pictures just don't do this place ...
It's only a few miles from Frigiliana, but it's a peak I've never done before - although I've been all the way round it. Cerro Tres Cruces means Three Crosses Hill - perhaps they were there once, but there's no sign of any crosses now.
The reason I haven't done it before is that the start of the path up it is rather hard to find. I've looked across from El Fuerte or Ermita Calixto and seen what seems to be a good path ...
... Being only in each others company is fine most of the time, but it's nice to hear a different voice or accent and to have a change of conversation. Here we meet two couples, one from Ollerton, thirty miles or so from our home in Doncaster, and the other whose daughter lives in Gringley on the Hill, around ten miles or so from us. What a small world we live in. We talk about the dogs with one couple about our fear of the caterpillars and they tell us ...
... more water in them than usual.
It's a pleasant warm, sunny morning and beyond the second river crossing, just short of the point where the Cisne path leaves the track, there's a great shady spot for a snack break. And a last rest before the torture begins! This spot has the massive advantage that you can see neither Cisne nor the ascent path from it - for a few minutes we can sit there munching and pretend that neither exists.
The GPS says we're only just over ...