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... cars outside, that is what I call a taxi. We find a newly opened coffee shop. The beans come from Africa they are shipped to the UK for roasting and then onto Cambodia. Coffee not bad, but it had been on quite a journey. Wandering down side streets we came across a charity restaurant again it helps to give young people jobs and training it is called PCL people for care and learning. We had a noodle lunch and they gave us a nice glass of iced ...
... post office, the clock ticking. I hailed a cab. He didn't know where the nearest Officina de Correos was. I asked pedestrians, got directions and ran. Then I got lost and asked for further directions. I tell you, my Spanish was increasingly fluent under pressure, and I finally found an office about a kilometre away. I burst in, red and sweaty, to the sound of gentle music and the ping of a numbered queuing system. I got number 708. 699 was at the counter. I had ten ...
... the maze of passage ways leading to our bike. He and Sini then led me in at a snails pace. The cobblestones were more like round rocks of varying sizes and made the trek quite hairy.
Nicholas and Yolanda were very nice hosts and gave us some maps and tips on the sights so we headed for the main square for a couple of cold ones and some tapas. Afterwards we walked across the street to read the menu board of a little cafe and ...
... beauty and power all in one. We walked along the side of a small river. Down what is called the street of sadness. It is where the people used to carry the dead to cross the bridge then to the cemetery by the Alambra. Now, it is the complete opposite. It is alive with joy can celebration in the evening. However they still keep the name as a memory. We ended the tour and had a quick lunch. I have to say that all our meals this weekend were really ...
... hottest part of the afternoon and into the early evening. Even at 7/8 pm, the sun is still going strong. All week the sun has been setting at a little after 9pm in Granada.
Around sunset we walked around town, and did some ¨photo browsing¨ as Grant and I termed it. Cameras in hand and ready to document Granada´s nooks and crannies, we made our way downtown and back through the side ...