Walking To The Waterfall

21 Oct

This is the stunning waterfall that we eventually found in an area of our town called Barranco Blanco which translates as White Ravine. I have been there before with our Spanish waitress Meri and thought it would be a good idea to show The Washer Up as he has never been. Unfortunately I couldn’t remember exactly where it was but I knew the general area, a bit like when I can’t remember where I’ve parked the car!

Apparently this is the waterfall used in the Timotei adverts in the eighties. I don’t know how they got all their equipment down there beacause we found it hard enough on our own just with the dog.

Crossing The Stream

The dog makes it look easy doesn’t he. Well this was one of the detours we took whilst trying to find the waterfall, it turned out we were going the wrong way anyway but it was quite an adventure…

Action Shot!

The thing is you can hear it but you can’t work out how to get there, I remember it being slightly diificult to get to but not this bad. Eventually we make it after several attempts and the dog falling in…

We Made It

It was definitely worth the effort though, it is beautiful and most people don’t know that it’s there, which is kind of nice you get it all to yourself especially at this time of year.

I couldn’t tell you how to get there though…. I think finding it is part of the adventure and what makes it so special.

This tree marks the spot…………

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4 Responses to “Walking To The Waterfall”

  1. Rhian sellers October 21, 2010 at 4:18 pm #

    Fab love the pics, well done for finding it, I couldn’t!!

    • foodblogandthedog October 21, 2010 at 6:29 pm #

      It was amazing, let me know how the chocolate puddings go, good luck !!

  2. tony ward October 23, 2010 at 10:26 am #

    We went there years ago when you and the washerup were staying with me in Coin…..too much food and Vodkas I remember. You were HYSTERICAL ‘cos of the windey road and my speed,if I recall….nothing new there then dahling !! xx

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