Hotel H2 Granada
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... the most garish of Russian churches wasn't a patch on this), we strolled around this quite lovely city to arrive at the jewel of Andalucia, The Alhambra! A beautiful example of Islamic architecture and design that made me wonder how a culture that could produce such beauty could also produce such a cult of death as we see today in the Middle East. ...
... as the cathedral of gold. Lets just say that the description does not let it down. Don’t over think this, the walls aren’t coated in the stuff but for example the main dais is surrounded by level upon level of golden statues of angels and other figures. The main walkway up to the altar (which is also made of gold) has large working golden organs located halfway up the columns and span another 4 metres or more higher into the column. It is really just incredible the ...
... t use ride share because we don't have a working phone. We booked the bus :(
On our way back to the city a parade of some kind was happening. There were people dressed up on horse and donkey everywhere. All the women were dressed in flowing flamanco dresses, the men in strange suits with flat, wide rimmed hats, the horse with bells and there was a parade of gypsy caravans all hooked up to trackers. At the end of the parade, two giant bull were carrying a large silver monument. ...
... together, spending 24 hours a day with someone for 6 months straight isn't going to be peachy all the time. I think we were both tired and a little bit stressed about money and not finding couch surfers and everything. Paul also would like to go home for a bit to see everyone and sort out his things. I think 6 months has been enough for him. It works out well anyway as I will be meeting up with Kaete in India for a month and then my friend Elle ...
A very early start today – wake up call at 3:30 so we could get back to Tangiers in time to catch the 9:00 ferry. Pitch black and pouring rain so not much to see along the drive for a while. There was a truck accident on the motorway and once we got to Tangiers the traffic was chaotic as it was school time – cars really just go wherever they please. Our local guide actually got off the bus and started ...