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... part but this one was rubbish too and cost twice as much - tomorrow night I'm going to cook us a tagine so we get a decent one for a change. We even got duped with the beer, we thought it tasted a bit iffy and when we got the bill realised it had been alcohol free, I guess at least that part of the experience was authentic. Tuesday May 5th Had another slow day just wandering around Granada. We went and checked out the massive monolith of a cathedral, we even paid to go and ...
... the streets, honestly without any sort of destination. Whenever I do this, I always find a new area that I have never seen before. Last weekend for example a discovered a big saturday market on the streets where I usually never walk, and there people were selling mainly a lot of fresh sea food. In this same area I encountered more fun shops, restaurants, and just some quiet streets as well. It is easy to get into a routine of ...
... as if the diables do this every night of the year. If I ever get to live in Catalunya then I hope that I can find the time and the energy to be a member of both a colla de castellers and a ball de diables. Fantastic. I wonder what their 50th birthday party will be like.
It was now a long time after midnight. We'd managed a couple more mamadetas along the way and possibly made good use of our vodka too. We hadn't got close to eating all our snacks but ...
... it. There was a big cheer when the panerola appeared - presumably plenty of local people were aware of the saga of the Cucafera and they certainly new about the infestation, but it turned out that the first one was not the ‘cucafera’ panerola but another one that had been built by someone else with a satirical edge. The semi-official one appeared rather later and without an Uncle Sam hat.
And before long, the three hour wait was up. The ...
... and I don't have a schedule of stops or anything. I wander around the train and find a map of stops. With the help of this other women I was informed that yes I have arrived in Stiges. I still haven't bought a ticket or anything. Did I get lucky? I get of the train and there's my answer. The train is free, probably due to the inconveniane of the construction/re-routing. Sweet. I write down the train times for Barcelona and blindly hed to the ...