Hotel Las Rosas
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... to . . ." In perfect English! :-). How funny is that?
We had wonderful, brick oven fired pizzas - enough for all seven of us - plus two bottles of Rioja wine, and a glass of white wine - plus wonderful shrimp and potato salad tapa (thrown in for free). All of this for 10 euros/person! Prices are amazing here . . .
Now safely tucked into our hotel in Granada. It's 5:30 and we are relaxing a ...
Warm, sunny weather, beautiful scenery and a new lovely village makes for a perfect day in Andalusia. The bike ride today was hilly and thankfully short. We arrive in Priego de Córdoba by lunch time. The afternoon was filled with exploring this beautiful village. This ancient town has prospered due to it's unusual wealth ...
... you find a bug you want to save that looks too big for the vial, I'll help you get it in there without breaking off its limbs!" Yeah right, pal. Do I look like the type of girl that goes around with a vial of insects in her pocket? (I resisted catching the enormous white spiders that the rest of them were competitively seeking. "Nah, you go ahead and get that one.. I'll wait for a bigger one!").
So, we trekked through huge acres of olive trees ...
... to their parents or siblings that I’m their Seño de Inglés. It’s moments like these that make me glad I’m living in a town like this where I will really get to know the students and community members as we interact in multiple settings. Even just seeing familiar faces around town is very comforting to a girl who is very far from home. So far so good!
Spanish children are really cute. But they are also really loud. ...
... sunsets, lounging with beers poolside, and just shootin' the breeze. The Spaniards made us a wonderful paella lunch on Saturday afternoon as well. We were a very spoiled group of Americans, to say the least! It's starting to cool off now-- high 70s during the day, so I've been warned that "winter" is on its way!
Still having a fantastic time and welcoming visitors!
Next post: our trip to Córdoba!