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... de San Nicolas; a viewpoint over the city and Alhambra, Sierra Nevada makes for an impressive backdrop. Musicians in the square here added plenty of atmosphere with their traditional Flamenco music.
As guided by the Lonely Planet guidebook we went to one of the Arabian style teterias (teahouses) for an amazing Morrocan mint based tea. We could hear drums on our way back, following the sound we found a women's group each strapped with differing sized drums ...
... of myself for accomplishing what I thought I wouldn't. I can't wait to make an update when I get back to confirm the changes but for now, I'm feeling pretty confident.
Note: I have included some of the paintings from the graffiti artist I've been following. I found his facebook. His name is El Nino De Las Pinturas. I think I will message him tomorrow because I've followed him for so long and it would be great to meet him! Maybe I'll get a free painting?
Now, some pictures...
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 ...
... We even got there as they were doing the call to prayer, which was really different but really cool. After that we headed into the Cathedral of Córdoba. At that point, I was feeling even worse and opted to go sit outside with another friend because I thought I was going to be sick. It was a short tour in Córdoba so we were back on the road by 4 and home to Granada around 7. As soon as we got home, I ate the pizza that my señora made for us and went to bed.
... harems moving through these corridors and looking out onto the world around. Granada is also beautifully situated. Close your eyes and imagine a town built from reddish terra cotta tones and light sandy roofs with trees of deep green used to offset the houses. Place this town on gently sloping hills with mountains in the background. There was still snow in the distant mountains even though we were hot and eating ice cream. ...