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... Soon enough we arrive at Terminal B and hand over our luggage to the porters. Security, check-in and boarding takes no more than 10 minutes. Our later arrival means our cabin is ready as soon as we are onboard & so we head straight to deck 9 and stateroom 9638, a Junior Suite. We head up to the Windjammer for some lunch and no sooner are we there than we bump into Joyce and Jerry from Florida. It's so lovely to see them both after we last saw them at their home in February. ...
... the locals enjoying the balmy evening, talking and eating. The gipsy show was full on. We were herded into a cavern like room about 15m x 3m ....all two coach loads (60 of us) and 6 or 8 gipsies danced and stamped and sang very loud for a very long time...1 hour. Then it's out and onto the mini bus so another 60 can be "entertained" at 10pm. Oh, we had a beer provided too...just one! Back to Granada Hotel Carmen which is rated 4.. Towels rough; orange juice "off"; fruit ...
... Damo. Once they were reunited both of them stayed with us and we even ran into another one of our roommates from Italy, Emanual. He lives in Torino which is one of my favorite cities in Italy and I went to the disco that he always goes to when he's home! It's called Cacao, which was amazing but Razzmatazz was incredible. With our tickets also came a free drink and these drinks weren't a joke. They were like tall boys except with vodka and lemonade. Hey if it's free it's for ...
... smoking bar, waiters tried to get us to sit by offering us everything we like (they somehow knew chocolate and beer were what we wanted). We walked until we could no longer move. We need to get some nutrients and protein. Tiredness like this is not normal.
We got back to the hotel, booked more accommodation, collapsed for awhile, ate some food and planned our day tomorrow. Fingers crossed for an early start, less smelly clothes and fine weather. ...
... that line about devices and desires didn't know the half of it.
Elias has been holding regularly scheduled Skype sessions with his teacher, back in California. Our house in Chefchaouen, of indoor rain fame, had no wi-fi, so Cindy and I made a visit to a nearby hostel to see if perhaps the session could be held there. We were greeted like ...