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... for the 1130 bus to Granada. Depues cuarto horas, I had arrived in the city I came back for. There wasn't even anything that was really driving me to come back other than the feeling I had when I was there a year ago. I actually spent most of my time there in the apartment of the brother, and now wife, of a friend I met in my program last time I was there. I caught a bug in Madrid and could not shake the fatigue and cough that came along with it. But I was still so content. I felt ...
... t very fun; blisters as I was lost
trying to find a grocery store, a woman yelling at me in Spanish when I misunderstood
a transaction buying water. I am thankful however, that these scenes feel
different to me than they might have a while ago. I used to fall into paralyzing
fear of not finding food or water (even in the US), and then I couldn’t make
effective decisions. My nightmares were of this genre, or else of
being near ...
... sections from the LP on the history and people of different countries we will be visiting. Plus the scenery ain’t too bad either! Leaving Granada, you could see the still semi snow-capped mountains of the Sierra Nevada (hard to believe apparently only a couple of weeks ago people were still skiing up there given the weather – it is cooler in Granada than Seville being at an elevation of around 700 metres, but still not skiing weather!). There was also a section of ...
... that I hadn't taken before, which was a trip through the "houses" of the hippies. There are a lot of hippies here, I think 50% of the people living here, live the hippie life. Almost all of them have dogs, dreads and live in ****** houses or caves. You would think that they are scary but they are ok. When we were walking up the mountain, we couldn't find the right way because some parts where so small it would be dangerous to pass it. However on of the people there saw a ...
... wait for over an hour, till we found a gas station that sold water. We drove through olive groves, old abandoned homes, and then some more olives groves. We also had a hard time finding somewhere to eat. Our drive was through some desolate hills, with very few towns and even fewer restaurants near the "autopista". We finally found a cute college town called Jaen to stop and eat some dinner. Because it was Monday and toward the end of siesta (5pm), ...