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Yesterday we packed up and left Granada to drive to Malaga. We took a detour to a town at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, driving through Lanjaron and Orgiva to get to Pampaneira. Pampaneira is a white town high up in the hills of the Sierra Nevada, the views of the mountains were amazing. Unfortunately the village is very touristy, a problem I've encountered throughout most ...
... I have tried to make a change in the way I use my phone and hopefully my friends at home will be hearing from me more often. It's not that I don't miss you all, it's just that there is less conversation necessary in times where everything you need to know is a click away.
Love and miss everyone back in Winnipeg! Please keep in touch :)
Peace & Love as always,
Michele & Sauce
... example of architectural art in all of Spain. Although the tour was expensive, we decided it was something we should not miss. The weather was cool but sunny. It was predicted to get to about 65 or so, but Granada is in the foothills of the mountains, so it could be cooler. We brought jackets and hats, just in case. Our bus held just 29 passengers -- groups at the Alhambra are limited in size to no more than 30 -- so there was lots of room ...
... They know how to throw a party. I'm tempted to have an Indian wedding myself, or at least a sangeet. Indian weddings are rich with tradition. 3 days of it to be exact. They have so much tradition that I suspect it's designed to make the experience so tedious that no one wants to get married again. Much to my disappointment, Puneet rode into the festivities in a golf cart festooned with flowers. I was hoping for a white elephant. The second day of ...
Sunday 23rd February 2014
It being Sunday, we are off to Marbella on the bus, and Kathleen goes to church, followed by a pleasant lunch overlooking the beach.
Waiting at the bus stop, on our way back to the campsite, Kathleen gets chatting to another woman, waiting for the bus. It turns out she too originates from Jarrow. It is almost like a normal ...