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... two French. Our guide explained the old and current methods of producing olive oil and we were given tastes of three different oils, including one that was strong and spicy. We were also told how much oil is produced in the region and in Spain. We don't remember the amount but it was mind blowingly large.
Our next tour was of Baeza, a ...
The Mesquite is extraordinary and the juxtaposition of the Christian and Islamic quite bizarre.
Needless to say we were very hot and tired when we got back - temps in the city, 32 -35 degs!
Oh my aching ...
... they literally had be backed against a wall. but they were so welcoming and it made me feel so happy to know that they were as excited to have me as i was to be there. i really enjoy the people, and my 2 hour lunch period!! i didn't really do any school work, so i will further elaborate on that front when i have more to say.
i really am enjoying it here, everything is so different, awesome, interesting, and, well, foreign.
... my Lonely Planet guide book; an award winning Moroccan restaurant. A substitute for us not making it to Morocco at this stage of our trip. The tagine, salads and fresh lemonade were delicious!
We collected out bags; next stop Cordoba!
We easily found our hostel on the main strip of Cordoba after a short walk from the station. We were greeted by the very friendly staff/owner of the hostel outlining all of the main ...
... Spanish Civil War in 1936, numerous fascist sympathisers were thrown from it into the gorge. We did a walk to the bottom of the gorge and under the bridge. Only then can you really appreciate why it was such a great engineering feat for the times. (The previous one- arch bridge fell down!) Ronda was a nice town to explore. It's fairly small with interesting streets,inviting plazas and a fantastic little museum that gives you a real insight into the history of ...