Apartamentos Monte Gorbea
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... cold soup) of Red Cabbage with ice cream
Tartare of Rostins Aubergines and Pickled in Dill Salmon
Small Tomatoes Salad with Pickled Makerel fillet
Breaded and Fried King Prawns with soya Sauce Fried
Ravioli Stuffed with Mushrooms and Shrimps with Shellfish Sauce
Noodles of the Squids with Wild Rice and Garlic
Mayonnaise Cod ...
... south-east direction, although I want to be going south-west. Eventually, I do find a decent track heading in the right direction and get back to the GR7 (not far from a point where I should be leaving it!). The joys of route-finding in Spain ....
It's then a case of gradually ascending towards a point called Cruz Chiquita via a track through the pine trees. There are some decent views of the Sierra Nevada behind, but most of the scenery is pleasant rather than spectacular. ...
I can't believe I've been here for two weeks already. I've grown to appreciate this city so much, I can't imagine going back. My AIFS group traveled to Sevilla and Cordoba today but I stayed behind. My parents are in town and Sunday is Father's Day. I figured today would be a great day to explore the city alone with no distractions.
Today for the first time, I wandered aimlessly and saw parts of the city I had never encountered before. I spoke only Spanish for ...
... of my friends from Spain that actually studied in Spring Lake my senior year is a student in Granada, so while she studies, Krysta and I bring a magazine and some music along and just enjoy each others company.
Not last weekend but the weekend before, a big group from our program was making a beach day in Nerja, but Krysta and I decided that we just wanted a relaxing weekend alone coming off all of our trips. So Krysta and 3 other friends and I headed off to Salobreņa for ...
... some people were very original. Two guys had dressed up as a 'sims' person, from the computergame. I thought that was very clever. We listened to some spanish music we had never heard before and after a while we walked home.
The next day Faustino picked us up and we went to the Mesquita, which is a very famous and old mosque church. It used to be a mosque and then when the catholic king conquered it, they made a cathedral in the middle of the mosque, very different to see. ...