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Packed and ready to go by breaky and Karen is woken by 9.45 to guide us. David farewells us, the rest of the family having a Saturday sleep in no doubt and looking forward to 12 week holiday routine anyway. If you had the time, you would stay here much longer. Emma had told us that the drive between Granada and Cordoba would be pretty. She is so on the mark! Fields of cut and bailed summer crop are replaced with tens ...
... and the influences of all of the empires that ruled. As you leave Madrid, heading south through the land of Don Quixote (made famous in Cervantes' Man of La Mancha) , the drive leads you through agricultural communities and miles and miles of perfectly lined olive and grape trees. This region exports some of the most wonderful olive oil and wine in the world. We arrived in Cordoba around mid afternoon.
On approach, Cordoba looks like a ...
... Spanish school system is different than home. allow me to explain (i feel like a brochure when i say that); anyways, school.
Ana and i are 15, born in 1998. Everyone born of this year is in level 4. There are enough of us to fill 3 classrooms. A,B,and C. Unlike home, you dont ever move classes, the teachers come to you (also why there are no lockers). On monday, school is from 8:30 to 6, with a different class every hour. Every day there is a break from ...
... the grill, Gail gets back in the car and the broken-in GPS now offers much more palatable instructions.
As we approached the small village of Las Virtudes, there appeared to be a lot of activity. We drove as close as we could get and parked the car. Then as we walked toward all the people we could see there was some sort of carnival happening. We continued up to the gate of the bull ring which was in the midst of all the activity. It was ...
... then he sent us to a different line and that person said we needed a form (what form?). So they sent us back and forth and finally, we had enough. Desperate for answers or any English speaker we finally were directed in the right line "HOA". Whatever that was, we didn´t care we were just happy to have found a solution. Exhausted, confused and lacking any Spanish knowledge a worker finally understood and took us under his wing. He gave us directions to the correct place for the ...