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If I had it to do all over again, I would have based myself, during this month in Southern Spain, in little Frigiliana, where the hiking trails run into the town and the lemon trees are everywhere.
Unfortunately, getting there from Nerja is a dangerous and dirty walk along a busy street. It was heartbreaking just how much garbage had been casually tossed out of car windows and into the little ditches beside the road. Garbage I then had to wade through to get to pretty Frigiliana.
So on one hand, loved this pretty little Andalucian town. On the other hand, shame on everyone who throws garbage out of the car. Are we still so ignorant that we think that’s okay?
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All photos taken with my brand-new Sony a6000.