Melia Sierra Nevada
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... and allow the kids a bit of time to play and us time to ask a few questions to inquire where we should go or could go for a short hike. While at the park, we had our first little accident. Amelie fell from some monkey bars and managed a bit of blood and a fat lip...nothing that a little treat couldn't cure! Well, who can go on a hike with out first making sure that everyone is well hydrated and had a bathroom break... so off to the cafe we went. While at the ...
I feel like the time has flown past, unless I consider specific events - then it seems like they happened years ago because so much has happened between then and now. But the last two weeks, feel like a few days, I honesty remember telling people at school 'two weeks' like it was yesterday. That time has most definitely flown at record rate.
Here, I'm surrounded by a different kind of beauty to what I've ever experienced, walking around ancient buildings I ...
... with a complimentary entree of carrot sticks - nothing else - not even dip.
Nat decided to take me to see where the gypsies live, near her house, because she knows I'm fascinated by them. They lived in this horse ranch place that was disgusting! The horses had no room to move in their stables, they had to stand diagonally with their head out the door to fit and the floor wasn't even covered in hay. There were heaps and heaps of the carriages sitting around the place that ...
... I find it so depressing! All the little kids were at lunch, even ones I had never met knew my name and ran to hug me goodbye! We got a class photo (missing two of my closest friends) then had to say goodbye which was hard. I wasn't really sad or nostalgic until Carlota said goodbye and I realised I would probably never see her again. We had to leave early so all this happened in a matter of minutes before we ran out of time. We searched the school ...
... to myself, just me and some buskers playing background music, the sun was shining and no clouds were in sight.. It would have been really romantic, if I wasn't alone. I immediately started taking photos making the most of my opportunity, a tour group came and ruined it all for me but they literally walked to the corner of the palace, took a few photos and were gone in a matter of minutes. The palace is MASSIVE - 2000 rooms. Spaniards never visit, they believe it is encouraging the ...