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... GR7 after all. It's actually part of a different footpath, the Sendero Sulayr, which makes a circuit of the Sierra Nevada in numerous stages which must take up to a month to complete (that's if you're set on doing the lot, which I'm not!).
The track could easily be used by a 4WD vehicle, although one or two sections are under snow and frozen hard, which must make it tricky for any driver - but I only see one vehicle all day. It winds gradually upwards through the ...
... br> and Life is good and I feel happy all the time...
made some gardens,
I suppose that,
He may be pardoned,
When it's wetting,
Walking through them raining is not ardent...
That guide is really,
A good fellow,
Showing no signs,
Of getting mellow,
Pauses at shops,
and comfort stops,
And we even had to purchase an ...
Taking the 12:45 pm train to Algeciras, our last destination in Spain for round 1. We plan to do round 2 from France to visit San Sebastian. Have heard too many amazing things about San Sebastian so have to come back for it.
From Algeciras we take our ferry into Morocco on 14th Mar. We will miss Spain but really looking forward to Morocco. 14th Mar is going to be a long day as we make our way to Chefchaouen. Pictures of Granada to follow soon :)
... which station the train is leaving from is announced 15 minutes before it arrives. Then you go to the platform, your ticket tells you which carriage and seat number, some stations have specified places to stand for boarding numbered carriages. This is a small regional train, top speed 140 km, stopping all stations across Andalusia. It's Sunday and 12 to 14 degrees. There have been heavy snow falls across northern Spain. The ...
... weeks. The first is the least annoying. Some Spanish people can be flat out rude! I understand I'm stomping on your turf, but I am showing a generous interest in the language and culture. This doesn't have anything to do with my host mom, professor, or program director. This is something that I've encountered in every day interactions, and its only once or twice a day. I just hate when people assume that because I'm American I don't have respect for ...