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... the Patio de los Leones with its 124 slender marble columns; the Patio de Arrayanes with its pool set amid myrtle hedges and arcades which reflected light into the surrounding halls; and the tile patterns throughout so many of the rooms and halls. It was early afternoon by the time we left and as I was still feeling pretty lousy we headed back to camp for a siesta and to chill out and plan our trip into Morocco (we get the ferry on ...
... people, and I've learned a lot about others. This is mainly because most of my insecurities are right out in front for everyone to see, and when others meet me they have no problem being themselves around me, and why should they? Just be who you are, and 99 time out of 100 ill love you for every different quirk that makes you, you! That being said, I also have, what I like to call, the "Taylor-Made" temper. This temper is something that is buried ...
... Friday was dia de la cruz. Wednesday wasn't special but Thursday I went to Ronda, which is a city near Malaga that looks like a dream. It looks like the city is carried on mountains/rocks and these mountains/rocks look like clouds. I went there with Nazli, my Persian German friend and two friends of her, Carolina and Lena. We had a great day, walked through Nerja, enjoyed the scenery and got our private tour by one of the locals!
The day after was Dia de la cruz, ...
... to see my real passport before giving me my tickets, and of course I didn't bring it because I didn't want it to get lost or stolen. So I had a tiny moment of freak out that they weren't going to let us in. But we just flashed our most brilliant smiles and they let us go. Then we couldn't find our seats...everyone we asked (even people that worked there) kept giving us different directions. We went up, down, to the right, up, to the left and down again and still ...
... and we were scheduled for a 10:30 visit. The rest of the ruins and grounds can be toured at any time. I learned that approximately 8000 visitors tour Alhambra each day! I walked back to the hotel to have a breakfast with Debbie and Myra, and then we returned to Alhambra by 9:30. The place was bustling with visitors already.
Alhambra is more then I had expected! I had no idea how large a complex it is and the many gardens ramble on forever. With the help of our ...
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