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... and smile gets me to the places I need. It was great to catch up with Jose and work in on my Spanish while he practiced his English. I must say, his English has come a lot farther than my Spanish….
Although I wanted badly to wander around and see everything, I had no specific places to visit and I was feeling run down. I went back to the piso (flat) and figured out what my plan was for the following day. I was to venture to unchartered land (at least for me. ...
... perros, place to write and think.
Another wonderful shift has been my adapting to the heat. I
lived the truth of my belief that I couldn’t handle it for many years. Even in
the high 80’s I used to swoon and resign myself to an unproductive day. Gently and gradually I gave my body
encouragement; “It is ok to feel hot, to sweat, and now we are getting cool
again…” and I swear, my “inability” ...
... it is costing us close to AUD 100 to fill the tank from empty. However we are still enjoying this way of travelling, especially the freedom to do our own thing, and the scenery!
It was a long day travelling from Sevilla to Granada, especially after a latish night of tapas, and then an early morning to get out of town. We decided to detour via Cordoba for lunch. It was well worth it! It was very busy there, but what a great day to be there. Perfect timing being the ...
... are much more prominent and well kept (although Islamic designers were often enlisted to construct Christian buildings throughout Spain). Even when walking through other the city, North African influence is apparent, from the foods to products sold in stores. Many stores include types of Moroccan leather and clothing native to Northern regions of Africa.
The remains of the Alambra, a ...
... again is worth it! I was afraid I would get a Jet lag but because I arrived at night it did not bother me. We had a very busy schedule and my second day in America would be another travel day. Our plan was to visit my great uncle in Los Angeles and stay there for two days, then go to Mexico for two days and end our trip by flying to Las Vegas see the night scene there and spend the next day in the Grand Canyon before we would have our flight back to San Francisco.