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... try something new. That was definitely not to our disappointment! The food was delicious, the bread, oh the naan... boy it's been some time since I've had good naan, and as a naan-obsessed-aficionado, it was heaven, it was superb, it was just what I needed in a meal. Anyways, after that and some mint-tea, we continued to wander, stopped by Mango, a store just like H&M, but a little more upscale, and discovered the night life in Granada. The next morning ...
The town has a population of 300, but supports at least a dozen restaurants even out of season. People flock here for the trout for which it is famous throughout the region.This tiny town produces half a million kilos of trout a year from the streams and fish farms and supplies the best caviar in Spain from special sturgeon fish in the farms.
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... explain things to us, it was great. We were even asked to join in with the locals in sampling deserts shooters of local spirits all FOC. I think we spent less than €18 for the night and it was one of the best we have had.
The next morning we slept in as we were so comfortable and the shutters on the windows kept the light out, so had to get ready quickly to join our walking tour (one of the only ones we have booked this trip). The tour was ...
... cultural sight of Granada. Definite favourites are:
- Albaicin; hippie district with almost more shisha-bars than it has people with dreadlocks.
- Sacromonte; a hill on the outskirt of Granada overlooking the entire land from the city to the military airfield to the countryside to the mountains on the horizon. Makes you feel like Simba. There´s also numerous caves dug into the hill. The people there will either ...
... Scar by Los Capitanes)
3. your love song (Headphones by Michael Franti)
4. your fight song (F You by cee Lo Green)
5. your song for today (The festival song by Pez)
6. your funeral song (Never had so much fun by Frenzal Rhomb)
Anyways after that we got to our first stop of the day Rhonda (which is this city built on opposite sides of two clifs which have 100meter drop), so we had a lunch of olives and cold ...