La Fragua II
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... the most true. I spent a great deal of my trip studying and worrying about school rather than taking advantage of what was right outside of my front door. Go out! Be outside of your comfort zone in every sense because that's where you'll find out what you're really about. Fall in love with the city, stay out until the sun comes up, eat whatever you want, mingle with locals, dare to be outgoing. Life is so much more interesting that way.
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... an adventure! Dumped the cases and walked a couple of minutes to a local bar where we got a drink. Everywhere in Spain you get tapas with a drink, and this bar was the master of them, you really don't need to buy a meal, even when ordering soft drink. The price are also very cheap, eg 3 large beers, 2 mojitos, and 3 plates of tapas cost about 8 €uros. After all that we didn't need dinner. Back to the cave for our first night. Oh, oh, what have we got here? When we got ...
... which didn’t exactly instill confidence in the integrity of the structure.
After that I had a short rest in a covered stone archway near the entrance to the palace, as it was in the shade. Even at this time of night, it was still hot and somewhat humid. While sitting there I had an interesting chat with an American traveler who was seated across from me. He indicated that he has sold everything he ownded, and now just travels the world from ...
... tapas bar, flamenco..
From Sacromonte there is a great view of the town and Alhambra. Just getting there is a nice walk through old buildings and small streets.
Alhambra is a must-do in Granada. Unfortunately I did not because it’s the most popular attraction and you need to reserve tickets in advance.
... s amazing how many abandoned (and mostly ruined) farmhouses there are up here - the valley must have had quite a population at one time, although I don't think that anyone is living higher up it than Trevelez these days.
There's not a cloud in the sky and the sun is extremely strong on what is virtually midsummer's day, but fortunately there's a bit of a breeze in the valley bottom which cools me down somewhat. After several kilometres I arrive at the junction of the ...