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... my own confidence and identity. I've developed my drawing a lot, picked up some of the lingo, made some good friends, done all sorts if work and enjoyed myself immensely! I liked Phillip's formulae....firstly, stay as long in a placement as there are people. Eg two hosts, stay two weeks. Secondly he believes the Spanish day is divided into fives. 5 hours work, 5 hours socialising, 5 hours for self. It makes really good sense! Five hours socialising a day...it's not very ...
... playing so we have to go back tomorrow to pick it up.
Our plan was to head into Nerja tonight for dinner and flamenco, but I fell asleep on the couch (2 glasses of wine with no prior siesta will do that) so tomorrow we'll try to do that. Angel and Inga (his wife) gave us names of two places to go and we found another one so not sure yet which we'll go to, maybe all three.
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... flooded with British tourists which is quite nice to hear when feeling so disorientated. The weather has been beautiful, hot sunny days however we are currently in the middle of a scary heavy storm and our electricity appears to have blown. Lets see how well this house holds up! Rain is battering the building as are heavy winds, thunder and lightening! Missing everyone this week and looking forward to having some company next week when Dave and Sandra visit their place over ...
... of arabic words still in the spanish language like sugar, Azucar. We had never even heard of the Alhambra before we read the Lonely Planet section on Spain - it never ceases to amaze me how much I don't know about all the hidden gems in Europe and how little I know about European history despite being a European! Between racing motorbikes and going to work, there never seemed much time for anything else! No regrets though...first ...
... rulers of Andalucía with the most spectacular buildings being from the Nasrid dynasty who were the last muslim rulers. In 1492, Ferdinand and Isabella (known as the "catholic monarchs") reconquered Spain for Christianity and slowly commenced giving the muslims the boot. They modified and expanded the Alhambra and their grandson Charles V built an additional palace in the Alhambra. The gardens and fountains are beautiful and the vegetation is lush and green. It's ...