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... travel sites. I then packed my smelly washing into my back pack and jammed my iPad into my handbag to head off to the laundrette. It was a real hike along a narrow street that at times I felt I may have been in the wrong area as it was very dingy and a few odd bods were hanging out of doorways and in the streets. I finally found the laundrette and the lady was so welcoming. I threw the clothes in and connected to the free wifi to update the blog and send emails. It was about 20 min ...
... s name attaches it to the town of Padul to the south, we are making our approach from the village of Dilar, which lies to the north. The village is attractive and includes a peculiar "Castillo" with thick dark red walls, topped with substantial battlements. The strange thing is that the walls aren't high enough to keep out any determined attackers - there's even a horse poking his head over them in one place. Later enquiries reveal ...
... in between a few mountains that get snow on them during the winter. Our experience of lakes in NZ would suggest that this lake should have been freezing but it was a pleasant surprise when we jumped in and found that it was fairly warm. We hung out on the rocks a bit watching Aaron do a few jumps off the rocks into the lake, but after a while we all took a swim about 200m metres across the lake to a cave. We explored the cave a little bit and then climbed up the ...
... earlier than most Spaniards, in fact when we got there most of the people there were guiris (tourists) like us. It balanced out as the night went on, but of course by the time Spanish people began to show up and take the dance floor, we were dead tired. We all had fun dancing, and we were home by 3--my professor Ana laughed at me and called it "early," apparently she didn't get home until 6 that morning.
Last night we attended a ...
... across the ceilings. If a restaurant this funky opened up in Bathurst, people would go bonkers for it. We also managed to get a bargain here, receiving a three course meal for only 10 euro. After dinner we went to a little bar for a San Miguel beer and experienced southern Spain’s ‘buy a beer and receive a free tapas’ culture, something I could get used to if they decided to start it up in Australia.
We then headed home ...