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... yet a momma so I shouldn't have to take care of people that are grown enough to do so by themselves. Lord knows I've had tons of practice lately, I think I could babysit for the Duggars!!! (Those are the people with like 20 kids, they have a tv show) --I know when Nini reads this she'll laugh, but still tell me to be sweet-- My reason for this post is mostly just to vent and keep my temper from catching fire. I think the Arabic Bathhouse is calling my name ...
First days riding - met our horses JJ and Terrance, and the rest of our ride - Jane the guide, Ella and Larse on working holidays and a couple from Holland - Kate and Jerry.
Rode up and up and up (amazed what these horses could do !!!) then ...
... their funeral vestments!), along with private royal art, etc. It was great - my kind of thing!
We also had a pleasant late afternoon. Kris wanted to go shopping, so I found a covered table (outdoors) at the Plaza by the Cathedral, and journaled while enjoying coffee and ice cream…I stayed for almost 2 hours! Several folks from our group stopped by and sat down with us…Myrna, Joan, "the Lindas", even Carmen ...
... grips the 10 euro bill she just got from a gullible Mexican, a couple of women in headscarfs chat in the plaza, a group of old men laugh and smoke over a tapa, and tourists like us stare in awe at their home. The city has not however gone untouched by the economic crisis in Spain. Street performers and beggars are at every other street corner and it is obvious that jobs are terribly scarce.
There are many ...
... along! It was an amazing atmosphere. There were several dessert options, but the best was ice cream with sprinkles and coconut shavings! One we were full we heading back to our rooms to change clothes and get ready for the flamenco show later that night.
We met back in the lobby at 10pm and took a very small bus through Granada. All of the roads in Granada are very small, most are one way; basically terrifying to drive anywhere. Not only was this ...