M.A. Nazaries Business and Spa
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We went to the train station in Cordoba to catch a train to the town of Granada. It took around two and a half hours to get there. When we arrived in Granada and settle in at our apartment... the apartment was just built, brand new and there were amazing things there such as the swimming pool, a the ping pong table and all sorts of things but we did not have much time to try everything there so we only did a little bit of the things there. ...
... Southern California during the dry season. As we drove along we saw large vineyards.
Closer to Granada the hills became mountains, most of which were covered with olive trees. The trees were beautiful in a sparse fashion with the green leaves tinged in a silvery grey framed against the dry brown earth. It was clear from the abundance of the trees why Spain has emerged as one of the most prolific olive and olive ...
... beans and mushrooms with that...? Yeah go on put some on there. Very difficult to find good eggs on toast breakfast in Europe and some mornings I miss it. This time the craving has come at night :-) When we get to London, a big English breakfast will be first on my to-do list. London is a month and a half ...
... in 30 seconds trying to find our way out of Telba. On to the highway. Magnificent road lined with Ollianda bushes and in the cool morning the air was filled with their fragrance. Another warning light on my bike! Thought it was tire pressure, but a quick stop at the garage proved that the tire pressure was fine. Oh we'll. Back on the road and down to the coast via a narrow roared that twisted its way throughout aged olive grove with huge ...
... never guess who's in Granada!" I looked up from the very important and serious task of getting my legs a touch darker than their current blend-in-with-the-snow Austrian hue. A more is-there-coffee-in-my-milk coloring, perhaps? "Gus!" Remember Australian Gus from Nice? Thus Gus became an unofficial member of our hostel family for the next few days, only returning to his own around 5 or 6am to get some much needed sleep. We managed ...