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Travel Blogs from Orgiva
Sara enjoyed a long (and rare) soak in a bath, before leaving Annes, got a lift back up to Sarah's with Jerry and Kate.
Got the van back down the "track" to the main road, then drove to the camp ground just near Orgiva.
Left the van in ...
... raspberry vinegar. It was really good, but how would you ever think to put those together? For dessert one night she cored apples and put a cinnamon stick and baked them in the oven. They were to die for. Enough about food! On Wednesday, our group went to Sacromonte. We went in a monastery, an old church, and catacombs. There were two rocks in the catacombs that were found a long time ago. Legend has it: if you touch the black rock you will find your soul mate in a year. If ...
... some people did. Anyway, it was also a nice and
sunny day; we were drinking a lot, having fun, laughing, talking,
Today while I was running I was asking myself:
“Have you ever wished for an endless night?” and yes, I did. There are a
couple of nights I wished they had never ended.
birthday-night was one of them. I also remember me saying that night: ...
... I enjoyed the sunshine and admiring the architecture. The view from the Alhambra was absolutely incredible...mountains, valleys, the famous Southern white pueblos, etc.
I then went to El Mirador de San Nicolás, which famously offers the best views of the Alhambra with the mountains behind it. The view was breathtaking, I could hardly believe it. The snow on the mountains (in 90 degree, humid weather) made it even more picturesque. What was most ...
... to get a better idea). They were yelling, cheering, chanting, banging drums, you name it! We saw tons of Moroccan flags, Spanish flags, French flags (because French is also spoken in Morocco), and European Union flags. On top of that though, we also saw Italian and German flags. No one seemed angry; everyone was smiling and happily waving their flags. What was going on? We knew that it probably had something to do with both the Spanish and ...