Hotel La Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to bed fairly late. Today, we woke up at 12 pm, and did nothing. Absolutely nothing. I read and finished The City Of Bones, which I HIGHLY recommend. Everyone else just relaxed. Tomorrow we go to Gibraltar and Morocco. Two new countries in one day! Sorry for the boring entry. Nothing really happened :) -Melina ...
... achieve results. I feel my mind has become 'light weight' by which I mean I skim. I skim read, skim learn, absorb in a light and temporary level. I often think of the Induni's, whose household is place of detail and depth, beaten and expectations that phd's are the norm! I think of The musical family I met. Where a piano was played everyday in the centre of the home. I don't want to be shaped by what is absent. My background is shaped by cultural ...
... 45 minute white knuckle journey! We were relieved to reach the other side but very happy to have experienced such amazing scenery.
In Zahara (a small village of 1500 people), our small 4 bedroom hotel has a view overlooking a pristine lake. From here the town ascends above us in terraced narrow streets at least 150 metres straight up. There are several small plazas on flat ground at different elevations that provide stunning views to the lake and ...
... playing mournful, majestic music and children dressed as priests giving out candy. To say it is different from anything I’ve ever seen is an understatement.
After the procession we went inside the bull ring. Ronda’s bullring is the oldest in Spain. It was fun running around the ring, but the attached museum was upsetting for Sophia and Meredith. Bullfighting is still very popular here and we’ve already seen the posters advertising ...
... wasteland that has been "given" to the unemployed to run for their benefit, we assumed loads of marauding ner do wells demanding protection money " you wouldn't want your nice car scratched señor?" But it all appeared to be run very well), as it happened, there was no space so we ended up in the very nice, almost empty, municipal marina car park, worth the extra couple of euros I thought. There were huge queues to get into Gib, some told ...