El Balcon de las Nieves
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... event. The endless floats, bedecked with balloons, flowed through the city centre, some carrying the three kings with their respective gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh, along side marching bands, fairies on roller skates, prancing, horses and giant Disney characters. ‘Caramelo, caramelo’, the kids screamed, going wild under the relentless showers of hard boiled sweets that rained from the floats and bounced off our heads. ...
... Asian girls. I thought the girls were Japanese from Japan. He greeted them in Korean and invited them to sit - but was met with quizzical looks. He was embarrassed and asked , "Aren't you Korean?" They answered, "Yes - but we're from Queens!". He immediately changed to a Brooklyn accent as he invited them in. He was good! Very entertaining! Becca's Corner: the Halal food at the Moroccan restaurant was all delicious - especially the chicken couscous and the tangine of Moroccan meat ...
... onto summer. Just hope they fertilise their orange trees, which were somewhat jaded.
From the Alcazba we had a view over the city, and especially into Albaicin, an historic area close to the walls of Alhumbra.The number and variety of churches in the city was astounding, and totally overwhelming. Did a bunk and headed north to Guadix.
Driving to Guadix fascinated by what appeared to be communities living within the hill face. This turned out ...
... the shops are closed on Sunday and it just so happened that Carrefour was only 200 m away. Sunday was a huge day for us, we left the Hotel at 10 AM and didn't return until 20:30. First stop in town was the Cathedral. From there we explored the neighbourhood before going to the Tourist Office to get a map. Having a route marked out for us to follow we took off for a decent walk around Albaycin (Old Moorish Suburb). It was like stepping back in time as you ...
... enough to bear repeating: they don't sell coffee until nine in the ******n morning. THE SAVAGES.) we thought we'd go for a walk off the edge of the map. The twisting alleyways, whitewashed houses, arabic door numbers and vibrant creeper vines are all wanted cliche escapees, reward offered, but that only heightens my sense of wonder at this strange, mixed up and adorably lisping part of the world.
Southern Spain - I give it five stars and a crescent moon.