|Alhama de Granada, set high up in the mountains. Such was its desirability that when the Moors lost it to the Spanish in 1482, Abu Al-Hacen famously let out a lament of sorrow '¡Ay de mi Alhama!' I felt a bit the same when it was time to leave.|
|Hibiscus in the grounds of the Hotel Vinuela where we went for a posh lunch.|
|In the afternoons, the first clue would be the sound of bells, and then they would appear, led by a goatherd. They are quite playful, fighting each other, bleating and occasionally almost jumping. Goat's cheese is a speciality in the area.|
|Beautiful ceramics. If I was coming back by car, I would be laden down with them.|
|Seems it's not just mad dogs and Englishmen out in the midday sun|
|The sun setting over our olive groves|
Time for a trip indoors I think. Want a peek?