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... that May be an inside joke though. In this church we visited there were many Muslim influences, such as the patterning interweaved with the mosaic, marble, wood and silver. This was around all the door frames, some statues and cabinets that were stored in the main preying room. This work took one man 37 years to complete because the materials he was using were not always easily accessible and the detail in all of the work is incredibly ...
Today I went to the camp in the morning to volunteer and 'taught' English. There are many Spanish kids, English kids, and from everywhere else in the world. The Spanish kids are mostly really sweet, but some of the Brits the camp could do without... Later we had dinner at a pizza place and hung out at home watching ...
... In about 2000, the building was taken over by a "management commission" who have plans to develop it, but nothing seems to be occurring so far. I would have really liked to have a look around the interior and get some pictures. I don’t know why old abandoned buildings fascinate me so much.
I continued back to the hotel and had another chat with the Segway girl, who was still in Plaza Nueva. I also chatted with a family from Jordan (father, ...
... We walked around the outside of the Alhambra Palace through the trees to the city streets below. We had elected not to go into the Alhambra as it would take too long. We didn't want to leave Corrie in the van too long and we'd heard it could take several hours to tour the palace fully.
On reaching the Plaza Nueva we enjoyed a tasty bocadero and coffee in the sunshine for lunch. Then ...
... drink there and Evan discovered that one of the Aussie guys goes to uni
with one of his friends from Mt Beauty – small world! It was really interesting
to see how the gypsy people lived, I have to say the conditions aren’t great
but they seemed not to mind. I was also surprised by how “hippie” the gypsy
culture was. We walked past one family who was literally carving their cave
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