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... been struck by plague, floods, and many wars, this city has always survived. The fact that I’m the only visitor to the castle this morning makes it feel like my own “discovery”. It really does seem that this city is underappreciated by the tourist crowd. Finally I decide it’s time to continue on my way. I’m pretty sure I’ll be back in Malaga someday, so I’ll leave some discovering for another ...
Yesterday we packed up and left Granada to drive to Malaga. We took a detour to a town at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, driving through Lanjaron and Orgiva to get to Pampaneira. Pampaneira is a white town high up in the hills of the Sierra Nevada, the views of the mountains were amazing. Unfortunately the village is very touristy, a problem I've encountered throughout most ...
... were welcomed to try cheeses and olives, and not shunned for our lack
of French. And we miraculously found
dinner for our last night in Gavadun, after searching and searching for a
market or open restaurant. In general it
was very nice just going on walks, seeing cows, horses, and a few deer on a
regular basis, and exploring some nearby ruins.
We arrived in Paris today, as I fly out of Charles de Gaulle tomorrow, where
... in case you haven't heard, Janice Greening died last night. A very sad event as she had been a Weld summer person since the 1950's and a wonderful person who was always able to put a smile on your face. She will be greatly missed. When I was in a church this morning I lit a candle for her, seemed the thing to do and I am not religious.
Hopefully I will be able to download more the 2 photos. Enjoy, Adventure ...
... travelling! Thankfully after a little while of trying to chase the sun and avoid the wind, we found a small corner which sold food and was warm inside. Ahhh paradise! Paul ordered a burger and after three attempts of various vegetarian options, I settled with a flafel roll. It's a little bit hard to be a vegetarian in Spain. Pretty much your options are donuts, churros, other sweet breads, plain bread or flafels. So we have been doing the old supermarket shop quite a bit. ...