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We booked ourselves in and waited for the guide Javier to return from a previous outing and found we were but a total group of three and after some more quick instruction by Javier, off we headed through the streets of Granada. It was a rollicking ride up and down hills, through narrow lane ways and even along some single-lane and narrow roads with Javier occasionally pulling us to one side to allow a car, motorbike or taxi to pass in either ...
... the life of me. My friend Taylor laid on the hill to pull my hand, and then people were pulling her feet. I'm pretty sure another girl from our program was walking by and snapped a couple pictures so as soon as she uploads them I'll be sure to share on here! However, it was scary..falling down the mountainside and everything. I was glad we decided to turn back and take the more traveled route.
After about 5-6 hours in the mountains, our bus left at 4. With ...
... then an early lunch(5 or 6 PM). So about lunch, if you go out at noon you will only be able to eat at the bars and have like a small sandwich. Here is the funniest thing, you can’t get Police help at noon because everyone of these slacker A(*&^holes are at the bars drinking beer, seriously everyone is drinking at noon and eating small sandwiches, by Spanish standards this is breakfast! Then they take a break until 5 PM, like I ...
... the capital city of Morocco with a population of 2 million. Here we stopped at the King’s Palace and then drove to the Hassan Mausoleum where King Mohammed V and his sons King Hassan 11 and Prince Abdullah are buried but the outside section was left unfinished when the person who designed it died.
Tea was included at our hotel and we have an early wake up call at 3.30am for our drive back to Spain including the ferry crossing so it will be a long day.
Last night we decided that we should go for some paella. When we had found a restaurant, white table cloths and all, we were more than mildly excited about our paella... Apparently there wasnt any.. Reminded me of the time we went to an Italian restaurant in Italy and they didnt have any spaghetti.. typical.
Today we went to the Alhambra... Finally!
‘as soon as you get a chance go straight to the alhambra’... its taken me 9 weeks to walk up that ...