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... the blog but I see dad and mum have been piling you guys up with information :) haha. So far, the trip has been absolutely amazing and one of the best experiences of my life.
I'm sure you have heard lots about all our destinations so I won't repeat all that, but so far my favourite place has been Malaga, which is where we are now. I think I like it because of the beaches (and the shopping malls haha) as I most ...
... perch precariously and the sprinkling of little courtyard restaurants looked ever so inviting, it really is an amazing sight.
Now from Ronda we could easily had headed across to Granada where we had decided we would stay the next two nights, however, we had heard Cadiz, on the Costa de la Luz, was rather nice so we were taking a very long detour and dropping in there for lunch. We were here after all to explore! We drove across undulating hills, ...
... one of our tickets, but both of our buses were "full." I am not sure what "full" means by Spanish standards, but I would guesstimate that less than 45% of my bus was "full." Oh, Spain.
When we both made it to Granada, we had to figure out how to make it to our hostel. They had e-mailed me a few days before to warn me that the buses wouldn't be running due to Semana Santa festivities (Holy Week). A girl at the bus station informed us that they were in fact still ...
... in the woods with a backdrop of snow-covered mountains, Alhambra seems to watch over the city of Granada from it's hilltop and certainly cannot be missed.
After Granada we spent a couple days making our way towards Madrid where we would fly home for the holidays. Taking with us only a few souvenirs but some wonderful lessons, a lifetime of memories, and shared experiences we truly will never forget. Now time to start planning our next trip!
... the main area has a timed entry so that it will not be overwhelmed with visitors. Our time was 13h so we visited Charles V in the day time, not on our own this time! Went to Alhambra museum with its collection of Moorish art.
We visited the old fort, Alcazaba, mostly a ruin, the church and the Mosque Bath before our time to visit the 'cherry on the cake', the Nasrid Palace. After the palace we walked through ...