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... of adversity, there is a silver lining. While crowded into the back of the bus downstairs, by circumstance, we noticed a chap wearing a Brisbane Lions cap (Ron). Conversation ensued and the outcome was that the wife of this bloke (Gayle) had been married to the (now) husband (Rod) of the cousin of Roselyn (Pauline) some years ago ! Very small world – and very complicated – but there is a connection! We have been ...
... 1 who ruled from 1495 to 1521. The Tower of Belem is another classic example of this style. As you can read Belem is worth the tram trip from the city but I sincerely hope you don't come across the horrible little man who abused me on a very hot, packed tram on the way home because I didn't want to hold on to the overhead straps. He only stopped when Clive came to my rescue. However I think I was lucky as he elbowed a young girl in the kidneys in the process ...
... churches and cathedrals. Obviously the big draw for Granada (and for all of Spain) is the Alhambra, and it doesn’t disappoint. If you can only go to one of the cities you should probably go to Granada just to see that. It’s huge and has incredible architecture and gardens and is one of the most impressive complexes you’ll ever see. But Cordoba has an incredible big-ticket item, too, as its cathedral/mosque is incredible, once one of the biggest mosques in ...
... some of the tunnels which had missed out on lighting. I had a great
few hours exploring the gardens, sneaking through a gap in a barrier
and down an incomplete tunnel, where I discovered a small newt of
some description, living in the complete darkness. Among the most
impressive features of the place were the the two so called 'wells',
which were actually more like towers, built inside enormous
well-shafts – again, a written description isn't ...
... down about 30 jumps in that time, so it was really interesting to talk to him. It got dark and I was not sure when we crossed the boarder, but when we stopped for a tea break we were in Portugal. We had quite a few stops along the way and the bus has to wind its way through the small windy streets to get from the highway into the bus station, this is the most time consuming part of the trip.
When we arrived ...