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Travel Blogs from Lanjaron
... a and the water was crystal clear. It was like a swimming pool because even at my shoulder height, you could see the bottom and all the fish swimming without a problem. It was also really cool because there were huge rocks everywhere. Krysta and I chose to spend the day laying between two huge rocks so it was essentially a private beach for the day. The only time we were interrupted was when a really weird man came up to us twice telling us (in English) that we had been kidnapped ...
... home and take a night off. Because the fourth day would be busy again.
The fourth day there was Gymkhana in the afternoon and then a Tapastour and then a gamesnight and a party afterwards. The Gymkhana was designed as a treasure hunt through town where you would have to answer questions about the buildings and monuments or do silly asignments. However, when we were finished, they said we could go and do our own thing.. so it was a bit weird because we thought it would be a ...
... often in the 40's but there was a neighbours pool we had use of which was a luxury.
The town itself was home to 4000 people and had 43 bars many of which we spent some time in during our stay! Lots of tapas and beer were had and a chance top catch up with some of our new friends. Such good people seemed really pleased we were spending some time in there home town.
Lozza the Aussie was due to head back ...
In Granada I met up with my friend Ilja, who had flown in from the Netherlands to join me for my last week in Andalucia!
Granada turned out to be very touristy. The Albaycin area has little weaving streets, but the restaurants are quite touristy and expensive, so are the shops. The rest of the city is not as mellow and pretty as Sevilla.
In other areas the food is cheaper, and you get large portions of tapas with every drink ...
... season, for only 5 euros. The quintessential Spanish event.
We were lucky to even get tickets, let alone for 5 euros. Normally La Corrida de los Toros consists of 6 bulls, but since it was the last of the season we saw eight bull fights. I'm not going to lie, I was taken aback when I saw the first bull get ...
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