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Distance: 98km
Total ascent: 1131m
Time in the saddle: 4 hrs 38

A day spent rolling along familiar roads with weird flash backs to last time round. It was a weird weather day too..starting off at about 11° and staying at about 15° for most of the morning. That is until I reached the beautiful Olvera where of course the sun was out and the temperature rocketed to 30 odd in a matter if minutes, scene with dark grey clouds threatening to the side. After a mean shortcut, one that I remember being nasty the first time round too, I came to the more civilised main road that headed towards Zahara and it's embalse. Both still stunning. The road followed the embassy until I turned off to Montecorto.

Not much to report about Montecorto..a small picturesque white village half way between Algondales and Ronda. Staying in a nice place..quite swish. Excited about cooking my own dinner tonight! Stupidly so. Also watching one of the dvd's here. Ah it's the little things in life....

Posted by louisebenn 09:07 Archived in Spain

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