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... in Granada. Most of the time we just wandered around the streets.
Oh, I assume most people who are reading this know what a Segway is? If you don’t there’s a picture in the blog of me on a Segway. Well, one day while we were walking around this plaza we saw this woman on a Segway riding around offering people free tries on it. She worked for a company whose office was just outside the square, and she was promoting business for them. Well, my ...
... we could be wrong.) The gardens in Generalife were quite calming and pretty to walk through (despite the throngs of other tourists) and afforded pretty good views of the rest of the Alhambra buildings and Granada. We nipped in and out of tall shrubs, 'ohhed' and 'ahhed' at the pretty fountains and imagined floating a boat down the hand rails of a set of stairs which had water flowing through the middle of them.
Back into the main area we made a quick ...
... the Alhambra. It weighed a ton!
When we visited the Alhambra, there was the shape! Nested, curving, three-pointed stars. (See photo below.) After, I got to thinking. Three-pointed star, curved. Straight edge and compass was really all they had to work with. It had to be a geometric construction as Islam does not permit artistic representation of humans or other living creatures (!?) so I set up an array of ...
... have I not tried at home? How often do I choose the normal, most comfortable instead of pushing myself to do something different?
I'm going to miss my friends that I've met through AIFS desperately. I have met so many people and become so close to them within the past 5 months, I really don't know what I'm going to do not seeing them everyday. I've been so blessed with the perfect roommate that I could have ever asked for. I know in a couple weeks I'm going to ...
... cultural sight of Granada. Definite favourites are:
- Albaicin; hippie district with almost more shisha-bars than it has people with dreadlocks.
- Sacromonte; a hill on the outskirt of Granada overlooking the entire land from the city to the military airfield to the countryside to the mountains on the horizon. Makes you feel like Simba. There´s also numerous caves dug into the hill. The people there will either ...