Andalucia Diary – Seasonal Travel Notes

How they used to live…

On the edge of the village of Guaro, I discovered this tiny peasant house surrounded by truly ancient olive trees. In the autumn evening light, the decaying structure has a romantic charm…

Olive tree guaro www.andrewforbes.com

Guaro house 

Window guaro spanish house www.andrewforbes.com

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  1. Melissa Hedges
    Melissa HedgesDec 24, 2009

    More gorgeous photos- thank you! Keep up the fab work. I loved the pics of the little Guaro ruin. We will be at our place in Guaro for the new year- cant wait, its such a beautiful area. Infact, we may be near neighbours, as I think we are very close to your cortijo! Hope you have a great xmas!

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