Parador de Nerja
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We arrived last Wednesday morning on the plane from Exeter, two kids, double pram, single, mountain buggy, car seats and a suitcase later! The boys were very well behaved and gave little in the way of grief and eventually we were met by Gareth who had been there a day already. First stop was a friends two bedroom first floor apartment in Burianna Beach which we had planned to stay in for a week whilst searching for a house. We luckily had Gareth's parents with us for a week so they ...
... on Sunday morning before dawn with Aidan home for Xmas and Emma and family for a few days after Xmas and before the New Year. Brilliant little present bought for Charlotte, can't wait to see her face, we could buy a catapult for Nathan but not sure Mummy and Daddy would approve, awaiting confirmation! Sue and I agreed to buy a tyre for each other for the VW T5, all terribly exciting. Scandinavian ...
... de San Nicolas; a viewpoint over the city and Alhambra, Sierra Nevada makes for an impressive backdrop. Musicians in the square here added plenty of atmosphere with their traditional Flamenco music.
As guided by the Lonely Planet guidebook we went to one of the Arabian style teterias (teahouses) for an amazing Morrocan mint based tea. We could hear drums on our way back, following the sound we found a women's group each strapped with differing sized drums ...
... and then a waiter brought over a patron from another table who could speak English. She acted as our interpreter and ordered our meal making some perfect choices.
Once again the wine was not only very good, but very cheap and considering how cold it was, it was necessary to keep the cold at bay. Well that's our story.
We woke to a bright blue sky, the first in days, making it a very enjoyable drive to Granada. In most places on ...
... have arrived otherwise. Strange ride. Very few Spaniards. Many Americans, a nice older couple from Haliburton, Ontario and several people from China and Russia. I sat next to a guy named Francisco from Mesico. He was so nice! I loved the way he helped out the older people on the train, plus he forced me to speak Spanish, which was good. I ended up giving him a bottle of ice wine and he gave me ...