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... 18px; background-color: rgb(245, 246, 248);">About 5 minutes later was our massage appointment. It lasted about 45 minutes. You pick your oil (I chose lavender; so did John), the skin is rubbed with it. Then they douse you with hot water that is just the right temperature so that it feels great. Then some massage; you're cleaned with soap; more hot water for a rinse, and then more massage.
... and the laws surrounding it. We have been focusing in on how Spain treat Muslims versus other groups of people, like the Sephardic Jews who were exiled at the same time. The discrimination is apparent after you look at their laws, as Sephardic Jews can be allowed into Spain in 2 years, whereas Muslims get no special treatment. That afternoon we went to Alhambra which is really the shining jewel of Granada. It is a Moorish palace and grounds that took over 200 years ...
... At the foot of the cathedral there are located two towers. The left one, called the tower of San Miguel, being a buttress which replaced the planned tower on that side. If you want to see inside the Cathedral I would advise you to go online. It took 181 years to be completed from beginning to end. After walking around for a couple of hours taking in the city we decided it was time to take in a beer and look at the plan of the town as tomorrow was going to be a long but exciting ...
... this fare would be going and he pointed up a busy pedestrian lane as the way ahead. We paid the five euros, unpacked our suitcases and headed up a narrow and stepped lane with shops on either side selling all sorts of stuff one would normally immediately associate with hippies. Colourful clothes, trinkets, bongs, large pipe structures of the opium type and the like. I have never been to Turkey but our passage up this rock-paved laneway reminded me of images I've seen of ...
... are the oldest surviving Moorish gardens. We spend some more time wandering around the castle and then head back to the hostel. The hangover from the previous night and an entire day in the sun has been too demanding. We have an early night in. I cook pasta for dinner and chat to a kiwi couple over our meals. They have been traveling for a year around the world. I love them. I tell the guy that I want a partner like his wife. I want to be with someone who wants to ...