Travel Blogs from Lanjaron
... worst night ever, in the end we arrived at the airport at 1 am and because we had our second flight two days later from Vegas to San Francisco we had to get to Vegas. We found a bus that would leave at 5 am and we booked our tickets. When we wanted to enter the bus we had to buy new tickets because not printed tickets were not valid, in the end we arrived in Las Vegas at 4 pm the next day instead of 11 pm the night before. Luckily we did get the money back for our bus tickets but ...
... and/or rain boots but I'm trying to hold out!
Some big news happened in Andalusia Spain this past week, especially highlighted in Granada. If you searched news in Granada at all the past couple weeks, I'm sure everyone has heard about the trash strike we've been experiencing. A little background... Garbage workers in Granada are the highest paid in all of Andalusia (southern Spain) and recently with the state of the economy, there have been slight cuts ...
... 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 ...
... funny until we tried to walk away and then they wanted money. We hadn’t wanted any of this as they had literally jumped on us, so we tried to give them 2€ but they wanted a note! After a bit of arguing we just walked off, leaving them the 2€ (I hope they didn’t curse us or something as they were not happy!).
The hostel we stayed at this time was much more social and there were lots of organised stuff for us to do. We were sharing our ...
... came across a square filled with approximately 70 of these students caught up in a sort of "pledge" exercise, where all of the newbies were sporting face paint and wearing their underwear outside their trousers.
The next day we walked … er … climbed into the Albaicín, Granada's oldest and most Moorish section, where tight streets are frequently replaced with staircases. Only pedestrians and horses were expected ever to use these thoroughfares. Few streets ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet