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They say as one door closes another opens.
That's apparently also true of gates.
Finally hefting those rusting and cumbersome gates at Cristallin, now newly cleared of ivy and brambles, and seeing them disappear in the rear vision mirror was one of this trip's great moments.
It was a shock more than a surprise seeing the dilapidated and sad-- to be honest, downright depressing and spooky--state of this 'chateau' just over 3 weeks ago,
The last ...
That's right, today was a very special day as we celebrated Michelle's birthday! After a nice lazy morning we took a 1 hour bus down to Salobrena beach. Disappointingly it was about 10 degrees cooler there (only 25 degrees) and was very misty (we could only see 20 meters) - but it was still beautiful. By about 6PM ...
... sometimes! So we left on a cheery note and checked in to the next place. We were early so we dropped our bags off and went to the cathedral, the spice markets and the former silk markets! It was really nice. Granada is a very beautiful city We walked up the banks of the river, looking for a toilet and discussing our futures. Paul is so excited to open up his own workshop. He has drawn pictures and designed and planned it all out. You can ask ...
... a nice breakfast in our hotel breakfast room, we collected our belongings in our very stuffy room. I probably didn't mention this yesterday, but our room has a very low ceiling and no proper air conditioning source, therefore making our room rather unpleasantly hot.
We caught a taxi up to the old part of town, where we were able to explore the markets, the narrow streets and get a view of the rest of the town down below, as well as the Alhambra. We climbed up the ...
... 3) they go into the ring only once, and they either die or are "pardoned" and return to pasture for the rest of their lives. If they did return to the ring, they would remember what they learned about being lured to follow the cape and would instead go straight for the body of the matador and kill him. 4) the matador starts with a pink and yellow cape then swtiches to a red one when wearing down the bull. That being said, bulls are colourblind!