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About a half mile of walking down the small highway, we decided that this was a bad idea. It would take us hours to hike uphill, and Janoshce and I decided that sticking our thumbs out in hopes of a generous local was the best idea. After a few misses, a car stopped with a jolly old local man and he gave us a ride up the road as far as he could take us.The last half mile went quickly and we finally saw the dam that created the reservoir. There seemed to ...
... turns to downright cold, because I'm now exposed to a brisk north-easterly wind.
There's been no other walkers around, but that's not to say that there haven't been other people. There have been about a dozen motorcyclists and quad-bikers gone past, and now there's a convoy of 4WD vehicles coming down the track towards me. Now I reckon that the motorcyclists may be noisy, but basically they're ok - especially as most of them will give you a friendly wave and a few ...
... then grabbed my hands, started reading my palms in Spanish and demanded a Euro note for each - I don’t think so! For the record though I am '…an intelligent and strong woman with a kind heart and will have two good looking children…’ (Ha. Bet shes never used that line before. )
After my future was revealed to me I continued up the hill to the Alhambra and stepped back in time. From the outside it looks plain, a ...
... rule. The gardens are kept in fantastic condition by more than 90 gardeners. Also, the view from there of Granada and Sierra Nevada is just breathtaking. This is definitively a most while in Spain. we stayed in La Alhambra until lunch time when we decided to walk to the look out of San Martin. This look out is situated in another hill just opposite to the Alhambra. It gives a great view of the site. ...
... were leaving to see the Alhambra, we were approached by one of the many people attempting to sell segway tours (I think I mentioned in my last Granada entry that segways are, for whatever reason, very popular and heavily advertised in Granada). He convinced us that we both needed to try riding the segway. I went first, and was actually pretty surprised that it takes more coordination that I had imagined. I always assumed that all ...
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