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... space on the beach. After our swim and a bit of sun worshipping, we went for a walk along the seashore. There were some interesting birds with pointed orange beaks, which on investigation we found out were oystercatchers. Set off for a town called Thames. Again the hilly roads appeared and so soon. Just before entering a town called Coromandel you are high above it, the view ...
... br> with the water,
in the middle,
has nice lattice,
And the Moorish walls are very visual...
And her Master,
In their palace,
Of Moorish plaster,
in the country,
Until the fall of Muslim, for them a disaster...
Christians came then,
Made some changes,
Charles the fifth,
... some buses - quite a bit of chaos re which bus to get on etc . Eventually we got on the bus and stopped after 5 minutes - Carlos then took about 10 of us on a 20 minute walking tour through the old city to see the lights of Alhambra and the city views (no one knew we were doing this - but everyone got into the spirit of the adventure). We were dropped back at our hotel after midnight - what a fantastic experience to have in Spain OLE ...
... and since Spanish history was not covered by the school curriculum in my day, I had to investigate! Sometimes I wish my curiosity levels were a bit more normal - I'm sure the campsite owner wished it too after I started firing questions at him like a seven year old! Got my answers though....fascinating stuff!
Turns out Queen Isabel was pretty much the most famous queen in Spanish history. With Ferdinand, her hubby, she ruled ...
... found our way back to the bus to get us back to the hotel and the swimming pool where we lay for the rest of the day (and watched some mens waterpolo semi finals later in the evening).
That pretty much sums up our time in Granada and Tarragona! We left early the next morning to make our way up to Perpignan about 3 hours away which is where I write this blog from - but will write another blog about Perpignan soon!
Lots of love
Graeme & Hannah.