|Looking over the GR130 and El Tablado from the finca|
Of course, it's easy to romanticize about it as we didn't have to walk it with a load on our shoulders such as a sack of grain and then make several more trips, one after the other. Just ask Rosa at the shop in El Tablado. Some days this witty and enigmatic lady in her 70's can hardly straighten her back and walks with such a stoop, she has to turn her head to see you.
|Zig zag path between Franceses and La Fajana|
|Wierdest caves ever, check these out.|
|Arriving in El Tablado|
|We leave the GR130 route and head up towards Roque Faro on the LP 9.1|
|Great view of El Tablado from above|
The whole walk takes four and a half hours and we reward ourselves with a snack at the bar Los Reyes in Roque Faro. And, as luck would have it, a bus is just about due to that goes almost by our door - just 20 minutes ride away.
|Back home again - the maiden statue in our garden overlooking El Tablado|