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As David was feeling much improved, yesterday morning we left El Berro several days later than intended but every cloud has a silver lining. When I went to reception to settle up (it is very rare that you have to cough up in full over here when you check in) we not only got the ACSI discount card rate of €16 but as we had stayed seven nights paid for six, making it just over a tenner a night, with excellent free wifi ...
Today we just chilled out. After pottering around we set of the see Roturua. The walk into town takes across a park. This park is like a scene from Dr Who. Holes in the ground with bubbling mud and steam. A lake that looks like a lake in early morning mist, only it is 11am and very sunny. The whole of Roturua has volcanic activity going on, in people's gardens you will see steam, from the drains, but ...
... and took another taxi to our hotel on the hill through very windy and narrow streets. Our room on the 2nd floor overlooks the street and there is a lovely central courtyard open to the sky. Very Spanish. Walked to a nearby square and had lunch at the bar as it was raining lightly . By the time we finished so had the rain. Walked down a very steep rocky path to the city below and came ...
On our train ride between Algeciras to Granada, the one dominant feature we saw in the Andalusian landscape was the olive groves. They seemed to cover every inch of arable land.
From the Granada train station, we went to Albaycin, an old neighborhood built on a hillside overlooking the Alhambra and the center of town. Albaycin is a rabbit warren of mostly pedestrian-only cobblestone paths and white stucco houses with private courtyards hidden behind high white stucco ...
Today we again loved that in Spain communities go out, eat bits, or share plates rather than doing parties in their small flats. The community goes out to meet each other. The Seville apartment block around the patio/ courtyard, people in the past worked, did washing, cooked, ate in those spaces. The long lunch and siesta fits the working day in a very hot place and again brings people together. Community in the streets is more obvious ...