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... large tracts of olive plantations obviously able to cope and survive on the harsh and rocky country before we'd suddenly enter long passages of almost barren moon-like terrain where barely anything could possibly grow. We passed beside and in some cases through mountainous terrain almost Pyrenean in its micro-scale with the road passing close to huge and rugged peaks of some height and beauty. Of course, the Spanish weren't totally happy traversing around mountains so we ...
... also had a strawberry crepe which I wanted for dessert, but I was full. I ordered it anyway. Unfortunately they did not have them because they did nut have fresh strawberries, and I was so full I was not upset about it. No rush to get anywhere since we had a couple hours before needing to get to our plane, we wondered a little more through the shops. This time we resisted all temptation. Not needing to go into any more if the very similar ...
... slowly behind a group of senior citizens. Since the walkways were narrow we couldn't actually go around them. It was painful to walk that slow. But eventually we were able to escape and move toward the Alcazaba.This was the huge fort we had seen from below. We were able to walk through it and up to the tops of the towers. This was probably the highest point in the entire city, great photo ops. In the center of the fort, the old barracks ...
It doesn't rain much in Southern Spain if the parched brown countryside is any indication. Except when the Cokers arrive in andulucia and are informed by the locals it is the first rain of winter! We left Murcia after a night when the air condoning wouldn't work and it was needed after a 21c day. No more motorway tolls as we headed for Lorca 50 km away through intensive agriculture areas - no animals - just fruit trees and market ...
... Another tapa arrived. Those who know me well will understand my delight at this scenario. Firstly it was appealing to my wallet. Secondly, those who have been to dinner with me will know I'd rather spend time talking to Aranaea or friends than wasting my time reading a pesky menu, hence the idea of surprise food arriving was great We chatted away and food kept arriving. Brilliant.
This free tapa does have a couple of unintended consequences. Firstly, if you're ...
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