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... of olive groves which cover the hillsides like lacework. As we near Cordoba, the groves are sometimes mixed with cut fields and mature sunflower crops. Spectacular. As per usual, there's that "I don't know where the hell I am or where I'm going" phase, but it is reasonably short lived and we get rid of the rental car and take a taxi to Hotel Mezquita. Take a walk through the infamous Cathederal (built over ...
... city. To enter you must cross a bridge, and then the gate of the city and then another gate into the main part of the city, lined with beautiful cobble stoned streets and whitewashed buildings. As you walk through you can feel the influence of the various rulers, here, the influence of Islamic rule is most evident. Cordoba was once the capital of the Islamic caliphate. The city of Cordoba houses some of the last standing Moorish (Arabic ...
... where you eat a pastry or sandwich or snack of some sort. On mondays, we still have this break, but also lunch from 2-4. Tuesday until wednesday goes from 8:30 to 3, still a different class every hour. However, the classes differ from day to day. You dont have biology or physics on the same day you have math, english and french are never together in one day, phys-ed twice a week, its all very confusing i just kind of go along with it. Since i barely understand ...
... but we could see through the cracks that there were some people inside. At that very moment a Spaniard walked up to the gate and knocked hard. The gate opened and after some Spanish intercourse, the man entered. Before the gate could close I approached the gate keeper and babbled away in my best Australian whilst pointing to my camera. The gateman looked at me quizzically. He either thought I was a crazy man or just someone on a mission. A few ...
... was a few metro stops away) and gave us free train tickets to Cordoba. He didn´t have to do this because it all started with the French having a strike - not the Spanish.
We finally made it and are currently sitting on the train to Cordoba as I write. 1.5 more hours and we will finally be at our destination. Overall: 19 hours of traveling.
I have to say that I´m proud of us - this was one of the hardest things we´ve ever done and it surely made us miss ...