Rescued Podcast // Ep 004 – Jane in Spain


Such a easy little slip…

Nearer to Morocco than Madrid, the resort city of Nerja on Spain’s southern shoreline, attracts guests to its seashores, historic caves and mountainous nationwide park that surrounds it.

Nationwide Park surrounds Nerja and is residence to the Rio Chillar. Photograph by Fernando Távora on Unsplash

On this episode, skilled hiker Jane takes us excessive up into the Rio Chillar, an exquisite, clear water walk-in canyon that’s standard with households and vacationers with a reputation that interprets as “Screaming River”. 

It’s a visit that ought to have taken about 4 hours. However as you’ll hear, took a lot, way more.

Nicely-prepared and loaded with analysis, Jane shares her story of what she realized from an extended, painful and lonely evening when she discovered herself waking as much as a canine licking her face, the specter of wild boar and what gadgets she’s added to her packing checklist since.

Her story highlights the worth of:

  • analysis
  • telling somebody the place you’re going
  • selecting a hike to go well with the circumstances, health, expertise
  • taking the fitting gear / being properly ready
  • appearing quick to place in your heat layers to assist handle shock
  • utilizing a whistle to try to entice consideration
  • retaining calm and utilizing methods to move time/distract from ache
  • the worth of satellite tv for pc communications
  • including an emergency blanket to a packing checklist

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Transcript

Obtain the transcript right here.

Because of

Sponsor // Paddy Pallin

Rescued Podcast primary picture // Ben Cirulis and fotografija.com.au

Nature SFX // freesound.org [Kangaroo Vindaloo and Monkey Pants]



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