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Sorry if this blog isn't too long or descriptive. Its been hectic here in Granada and we have around about 30 minutes until we leave for a bus to take us to Madrid and then onto Barcelona which is going to take 13 hours. However it saves me 120 euros which is most wonderful.
Yesterday when we arrived in Granada after a very quick bus ride …
... of my backpack.
I was greeted by the manager of the hostel who didn't recognize me from our skype interview earlier in the month. I told her who I was and after her surprise by my appearance, she said to go into the courtyard. I met the other volunteers and many guests who were all very kind and welcoming. I actually stayed in that courtyard for three hours hanging out with everyone (this will reoccur often) before ...
... by 7:30 am
was snaking around itself. The earliest entry cut into my packing time as I fly
back to Barcelona today. So I gave up that idea and headed down the back way. Ah Hah! A simple
outbuilding with a lone olive tree caught my eye, and I had the timeless,
enjoyable painting session I live for. And I think the painting turned out
well; at least it pleases me.
Last night was terribly romantic…this is a town
... Well we ate him on skewers and he was delicious!! Tottered back to Santa Cruz and sadly farewelled Miss Lively:(:( That night found a highly recommended tapas bar that we unknowingly had been sitting on the whole time!! Six steps from our place! Later that night Greg and I walked around Santa Cruz while small children watched a thousand Glee episodes in apartment!!! It was ...
... Bus was able to drop us within a block or so of the hotel, and we walked through narrow and colourful streets to reach the Hotel Anacapri. It has a three-star rating, but has a very "posh" décor. The room is very nice, but accessing the shower was a bit awkward, as the glass door didn’t open completely, and there was a glass shelf mounted on the left of the entrance which didn't leave much room.
After dropping my luggage and washing up, it ...