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... and suddenly came across a lovely little place called Sopalma and stopped right outside the restaurant on the hill. We sat in the sun enjoying tapas and a beer, the staff were super and very friendly. So spoke to a German couple who now live in the village, they had traveled all over world and came across Sopalma and decided to stop and settle there as its so beautiful. After lunch we continued our drive back to Palomares along the front of ...
... moorish fortress. Some of the mills are still functional and serve as museum prices. Our local guide explained how most of the brown fields we saw below were planted with crocus bulbs that would sprout in a couple of weeks, triggering the annual saffron harvest. This is one of the region's big money crops now. We continued on to the city of Granada. This city has retained more of the Moorish influence and was one of the largest cities in Europe back in its day. ...
Well, I did not get some sleep surprise surprise. Not even attempting to sleep until the usual 3am, I couldn't sleep even then. Fiddling on my iPad for a bit longer I try again at 4am. No luck. Awake until at least 5am, when Heather's alarm went off at 7:30, I was not in the mood to get up. I let Heather know I wasn't going :( She gets ready and gets out, but by then I am awake. I lay for a bit but realize it is no use. I get dressed and ...
... km away from Malaga. It's nearer the Sierra Nevada mountains and as such, is quite a bit higher up than Malaga, which is at the coast. I could definitely feel my ears popping as we got closer to Granada. Granada apparently means pomegranate in Spanish, but may possibly have other meanings as Granada has had influences from the Iberians, Romans, Greek, Moors and other civilisations throughout history.
The biggest attraction in Granada ...
... the whitewashed buildings. Doorways spilling their wares onto the street and selling everything from knitted headwear to leather bags and spices. The moorish influence is alive and well, probably because Granada was the last bastion to fall to Christianity but not just that....Moroccans are still plentiful.....they are not all picking oranges in Valencia!
Heaps of them arrived during the eighties buying up cheap ...