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... onto summer. Just hope they fertilise their orange trees, which were somewhat jaded.
From the Alcazba we had a view over the city, and especially into Albaicin, an historic area close to the walls of Alhumbra.The number and variety of churches in the city was astounding, and totally overwhelming. Did a bunk and headed north to Guadix.
Driving to Guadix fascinated by what appeared to be communities living within the hill face. This turned out ...
... familiar. This life in Spain could definitely be something I could get used to, but knowing I have to go back I haven't fully embraced all aspects of the life. That and staying out until 6am on a Friday or Saturday is not very practical for getting up and enjoying the next day. I can say I tried it one weekend but it would definitely never be a regular thing.
The last two weeks has ...
... and was now hanging out at the bar, which is on a terrace at the top of the hotel overlooking a city. That sounded about right! Tonight we're going to head to a sushi tapas bar and then to see a Flamenco.
I'm attaching some pictures of my family and some pictures of the community service projects I've been doing since I got here. My friends and I taught kids how to make puppy chow and gave them English directions to help them grasp the language. It was so ...
... day because I got hot wearing a thin scarf with my sweatshirt and leggings. It was so comfortable going down the hill, it actually felt nice when there was a little breaWhen we got down and finished up, we ordered two pizzas at Little Morgan and killed them. Still hungry, we walked to the next place, Big Morgan, and ordered the best drinks I've ever had. It was such a great ending to the perfect day. Without a doubt, Sunday was one of my favorite days I've had in Granada.
... is reconstructed over the ruins of the Roman castle and dates back to the ninth century. The Palacios de los Nazaries is a wonderful place to admire the use of water in ponds within the various courtyards and the many shapes and use of tiles to decorate the lavish rooms of the palace. The court of the twelve lions is a superb exhibit and this fountain held up by twelve statues of lions inside a court yard lined with 124 columns simply is beyond words. Even with the many ...