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The weather had improved sufficiently for us to undertake the trip we had been up into the foothills. On the maps the hills are crisscrossed with paths. So we were hoping that we could get a good ride in.

Pretty much as soon as we started it because apparent that the route wasn't designed for old people and a dog trailer 😱. We decided to push on and see if things improved.

The views did as did the path. They are gradually building up into the hills as they are rapidly running out of space on the narrow coastal strip.

They put in the roads prior to starting the building. We followed this up it was narrow and very steep. Unfortunately all of a sudden we came across a gate with a very insistent sign telling us to stay out.

We had no option but to turn around and head for the coast. The majority of the houses on the hillside appear to be holiday homes. I guess at the height of the season the population must increase exponentially.

Had lunch on the coast and then returned to get ready for the trip tomorrow for Rae's MRI.

It looks like we have a week or so of constant sun and high temperatures. So we will try to survive as best we can!

Apparently the population increases by %30in the season!

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