Casa Pino Solo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I've been out of action for several months with a serious back problem and am only just getting back into a bit of gentle walking, over very short distances. At the moment, it helps considerably if I'm walking on the flat rather than up or downhill. That rules out a lot of the walks around Frigiliana, but what could be better than walking on an old railway track? No chance of a serious gradient there ....
It's a railway walk I've heard quite a ...
... heaps of churches/cathedrals, castles and great food. Many of the churches/cathedrals are converted mosques. The history is incredible (if I could just remember it!!). Have been to Córdoba, Granada, Malaga and Ronda, with many other sites on the way. Tomorrow is Seville then back to Malaga the following day to get train to Valencia. So many castles and cathedrals with history from BC. We are ensuring we sample lots of local ...
... it will be easier to traverse across the right hand side. Neither is particularly attractive and progress is now at a snail's pace. It's becoming a choice between stretching across large limestone steps (while balanced precariously on one foot on top of a knife-edge piece of rock), or taking a slightly lower route which is obstructed with prickly bushes and small trees, mostly holly oak, at any and every point where you want to put your feet. Slowly the ...
... better connection. So, Greg ended up building a make-shift standing desk with 4 night stands/side tables! hahaha, it looks so ghetto, but who cares, it works! :)
Oh yeah, it was definitely nice to take a good warm shower finally... :) It seems we always had some issues with showers in this trip. Either not enough water pressure, ***********trol temperature (super hot or ice cold), etc. But still better than water showers (no option for hot water) in Nicaragua. :)
... and starts to descend into some trees on the other side. For a minute or two, things are a bit confusing as the waymarking seems to have run out, but then I spot one back on the ridgeline to my right and I'm back on track. It's then a gradual ascent up the ridge, with improving views as the cloud begins to lift. I can see the town of Zafarraya (not the same place as Ventas de Zafarraya) in the valley to my left. I can also hear it quite clearly - it sounds like ...