Cuevas Del Zenete
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... was there to meet us, with a local boy they carried our bags along the sand to our beach chalet, which is one of 5 at the Secret Paradise Resort. It was now 4pm so we asked if we could order some food they have a great menu we had Turkish Borek which is a layered baked tortilla delicious. The sun sets at 6 pm which made us think our clocks were wrong, after so many time changes. We managed a cocktail too tired to eat and off to Bed by 9 lots of sleep to catch up ...
... br> the kids go home from school. Many of the children were being picked up by
their Grandmother’s, others by an older brother or sister. From here we
wound our way back to our place so Brad
could rest up – he needed relief from his hernia support! Once rested we went wandering to the train
station to see where it was located (it’s huge, about 2 square blocks), then on
to the Prado art Museum – considered one of ...
... It was really amazing! We finally got to the restaurant and it was lovely! The view so amazing. The restaurant was wonderful and the food so delicious. We were sitting with two couple who had known and traveled together for years. They were a lot of fun! We got a few pictures of the Alhambra as the sun was setting and at night all lit up. Fantastic! We walked back down the hill (so much easier) and back to our hotel for the ...
... just wandered around for hours. I like seeing the things in the grocery store, it is always interesting. In the evening we went back to the train station, and a different, very nice man got us all set with tickets. Then we went to the center and thought hey, let's go into this cathedral we've been walking past all week. However it was 4 euros to enter so we said forget it. Ahmed was then assaulted by a gypsy, who tried to hand each of us some rosemary. I wouldn't touch it but ahmed took ...
... fellow and cycling to this point from Murcia this would have been a step beyond the grain and would possibly have caused my body to finally refuse to continue - I sat opposite a particularly genial and comical caballero who proceeded to wax lyrical for 2 hours on everything Andalusian. My belief is that he was fully cogniscent of the fact that I was understanding about 1% of his dialogue and was in no way tricked by my claro's and vale's and ...