Hotel Abades Loja
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... the chickens allowed to roam the avocado trees, we watch the goat herder bring his herd down from pasture and the day fade into evening. The warm weather and gentle afternoon breeze brings with it the sweet heady scent of orange blossom from the trees below our veranda and the promise of summer.
Such idyll surrounds leads to contemplation and reflection of the past year of travel.
We left Cairns on the 13th of March and Australia for England on ...
... selling for 20,000 Euros, a little rich for our blood but interesting to see none the less.
Sunday, our last full day in Paris we decided to visit another famous Arrondisement; Montparnasse. After a slow walk around the Cimetiere du Montparnasse, the second largest Paris cemetery filled with sculptures and gardens alongside the resting places of famous and ordinary people from all nationalities and all walks of life. ...
... in the 11th century by the Moorish king Mohammed Ben Al-Ahman. The palaces were built by the last Muslim emirs in Spain and the court of the Nasrid dynasty. Following the Reconquista by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492 some parts were used by Christian rulers. Charles V built a palace within the Alhambra in 1527, although he never took up residence. It was also at the Alhambra that Christopher Columbus was given his commission to go exploring for India (He found America instead). It was ...
... catholic monarchs (see comments above) Isabella and Ferdinand. Isabella is very famous here in Spain and there have been 2 TV series made about her recently in the dramatic "Downton Abbey" style. The most recent series was filmed here in Granada.
We also took a walking tour around the city and also the muslim quarter, called the Albaicin. The narrow streets are typical of other muslim cities we have seen (like Marrakech). It is UNESCO world heritage and contains ...
... and to follow the signs and my heart’s desire and to go where the wind takes me and this is what happens? If you had been there and actually listened to me a few posts back when I said to shoot me if I ever lose my sense of humour about life, this would have been the moment.
Ok. I needed a gameplan. The first thing I had to do was clean up my broken body and find a place were I could regroup and buy myself a little time to make plans, ...