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... surpised even at this time of the night people were streaming in ,in hordes, all part of tours. Johan and I had a great time taking the photos, and we hope that there will be at least one to share on the blog. Down - after all the walk I needed a shower before bed. The shower had so many knobs to choose from that you needed a degree in engineering (Kristin you and Izak would have come in handy) to figure it out. Naturally I do not have that background, and was attacked from 5 ...
... headed back to the apartment whilst I went shopping at the nearby H&M. (For some context - this is my favourite clothing store which we don't have in Perth so I've made a point of going into one in Bangkok, Marrakesh, and Cordoba so far - much to Steven's dismay.) I ended up buying a bunch of stuff I don't really need and will now have to carry around, but it made ...
... and made our way through the luscious green gardens and ruins of the fortress (Alcazaba) until we got to the meeting point to be allowed into our tour of the palace. Nothing could prepare me for the beauty that remained inside. The marble carvings, tiles, wooden features and intricate architecture was incredible. The palace was built for Granada's Muslim rulers in the 11th ...
After what felt like a whirlwind in Spain we headed off for a longer stay than usual in Granada. We were starting to suffer a little from travel fatigue and needed to find a home base for a little while. Our hostel was unfortunately lacking warmth (literally) and atmosphere. On our first night we were hit by not one but four male snorers in our room. Paul (who never gets upset) may have swore at them in the ...
... I ran into Mercer and Stephen a couple times and they were off on their own too trying to get away from the group. Me and Stephen stopped for a beer at a local cafe with a beautiful canopy for a roof. Coolest cafe I have ever been in. We ended up walked together somewhat at least before the tour because we all had to be there by 4...We went down into this dungeon area and I was attempting to climb over the gate to get a peak when we heard someone coming.... ...