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Week three - El Chorro

Sorry it’s been a while guys! Had some trouble with the laptop connecting to the WiFi, managed to sort it, so there will be a few posts really close together now, I’ve been writing still without the internet, so they’ll be plenty to catch up on over the next week or so. 2,089 more words


Week two - El Chorro

Week two has been a lot less difficult than the first, we’ve worked out how most things work here now. In our first few days we went to the local “supermarket”, which obviously has a very different meaning in Spanish because it was just a room in a ladies house, probably not much bigger than the van. 1,455 more words


Caminito del Rey

This summer I had the pleasure of doing this trail twice, once in June and again in September.  What a fantastic way to spend an afternoon for anyone that wants to get off the couch and go for a beautiful walk through the stunning gorge at El Chorro north of Malaga. 410 more words


Week one - El Chorro

Well, we actually went through with it, we’re here, we made it! It wasn’t all plain sailing, but more about that shortly. The trip started with an evening with friends in Portsmouth, so after a few days of goodbyes and see you soon’s, we were off, starting our year long adventure. 1,582 more words


Dangerous narrow path walk

The Camino del Rey

Described by many as one of the world’s scariest paths, the high level walkway, the Camino del Rey is a one metre wide concrete walkway attached to the steep walls of the El Chorro gorge in the province of Málaga, southern Spain. 147 more words


Inland Properties : 9 New Properties for sale added from 260616 to 100716-Olvera-Alora


Dear Friends

Hereby we show you the 9 new properties for sale added to Inland Properties portfolio in the days from 26/06/2016 to 10/07/2016.  507 more words


The Time I Almost Melted in Andalusia

I spent last week exploring the beautiful region of southern Spain known as Andalusia, and as the title implies, it was extremely hot!  I knew before I left that it would be pretty warm, but I did not expect +40 degree weather. 579 more words