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... them to create their own song with clicks of their heels & toes. The clapping to keep time is another thing too; it can be soft or strong, create many tough beats or be a sensuous slide of flesh on flesh matching the gutairs lament and keeping you entranced as the sounds all bleed into each other for a final flourish of the dance.
The Gypsy quarter is on from the Arabian (Albacin) quarter and this too is of another time:small houses with tiny windows, ...
... wanna be. Within the palaces, water is a common feature with most rooms seeming to have some water flow with small or ornate fountains, small channels passing along floors and the sounds of water almost ever present and soothing. It really was most amazing and a night visit was a fantastic way to experience though I imagine it would equally dazzling during any time of day).
We wearily returned to the apartment reflecting on what we'd seen in a day of Alhambra ...
... one was the perfect ratio and led us to consume snails, pig trotters, pork, oxtail stew (which my friends, is just bull stew. Fun Ezzy fact for the week), horses hooves (thats a lie. I wouldn't put it past the Spanish though) omelettes, squid to old mate and never disappoint golden and fried Potato Bravas.
As I said earlier, Sevilla and Madrid (un)kindly continued ...
... Morocco experience. We had wanted to go to Marrakesh but it was just too far. As we continued our conversation with him and he worked on the couple of things I purchased, he started to give us things. First it was a reed calligraphy pen for Logan so he could practice. Then he gave me one a little while later. Then I believe that we ended up with 2 additional paintings on top of what we had actually purchased. And before we left, we told me ...
... works like a Very Fast Train across the country has basically come to a stop. Arrived in Granada, dropped off the bags then headed off on a walk around the city. Not as spectacular as Ronda or Grazelama but till so,e very interesting buildings. Shopping is good although more expensive here than in Grazelama. On the whole food and clothes re generally quite cheap here in ...