Hotel Villa Frigiliana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to do with the damp ground and an increasing temperature, but for the next 15-20 minutes, it produces some entertaining scenes as the cloud bubbles upwards, forming small towers, and then collapsing onto the ridge again. A good thing I'd brought the camera and it's certainly getting well used today! There have to be several photo stops as I slowly ascend the first part of the ridge above La Lizar. It's reminiscent of ...
The next place we chose on airbnb is a place that we could stay for a long time in Frigiliana.
The only way you can reach it is by a one lane, narrow, winding, rough road.
A bit of an adventure to reach it but it is worth it because when you get there you are in that typical, rustic Spanish house on a steep hill, surrounded by olive tree groves.
There is so much room. The kids have there own downstairs, ...
... thought a simple go round tactic would be sufficient....but as Romeos head bowed in preparation for his final Franco face off, it's funny how what your rational self thinks might kill you...like a sandy rock face drop or salmonella from wild animal droppings seeping into your skin,....becomes what might save you such as a necessary escape route and potential pellets of weaponry. We ran like we had just sat on a hot potato with complete abandon of any personal dignity, down the hill ...
... Out comes the camera!
It doesn't take many minutes before Cielo and Almendron at one end of the range, and Maroma at the other end, are completely covered and eventually Lucero is buried in cloud too. Only El Cisne, right in the middle of the Almijara, remains immune - and I'll bet there's nobody up there enjoying the view today!
Photographs duly taken, it's back down to Frigiliana as the afternoon gets duller and the wind gets stronger. Perfect ...
I must be mad. Cisne for a second time ....??
It appears it was Jim's idea. He's keen to get to the top of it. But Jim has sensibly decided to do a week's canyoning in Majorca and it's me, Chris and Sandi who are going up Cisne today - and none of us are quite sure why.
It's almost a year to the day since that first ascent and I remember it as if it was yesterday - the pleasant walk-in from El Acebuchal to the helipad, followed by the grinding climb up that ...