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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... in a nearby cave… but no one’s been able to find it… up another alley there’s a multi-storey noisy schoolbuilding slapped on the side of the steep hill, bursting with life. Up another alley, men are busy at work installing pipes or something and resurfacing it… it’s great to see a place so old and yet so very much alive. 1270. One Bird Zoo (Spain 074) El Borge, June 21, 2012, Day 101 2 hours, 4.0 kms After Almachar, I decide to ...
... Anyway back on topic. After 4-5 hours of speaking and showing each other travel photos they dropped me all the way home which was really nice. In my spare time (which lets be honest, there is a lot of spare time when you travel) I have started to watch TV in Spanish and really try to understand what they are talking about. I am starting to develop a slight ear for Spanish now even after such a short time, i can now distinguish the words even if i dont know the ...
... that the GPS had directed us through to the parking area. So tight was one area, we had to fold in the mirrors to squeeze between the buildings. Pedestrians were forced to hurry between doorways to make their way up the street and I could have done some drive-by shopping from the car if I'd wanted to. Not the place to be if you are claustrophobic!! After a wonderful day an easy drive back while we planned our next ...
... and sharing of this traditional music & dance. Afterwards we found a bar, where one guitar player and the regulars all sang & danced along to flamenco tunes. This was a real treat and felt very natural and spainish, it was tiny place which was packed to the rafters.
There is a muslim fortress to visit, which was lovely, very simply restored and looked after, with gardens, fountains, views and a pretty palace within its walls. Its at the bottom of a ...
... early (we also stopped at the market and bought some mangoes for later).
Kevan was prompt and we were off to our first stop, the little white-washed village of Comares. The first stop every morning would be for coffee (Kevan) and water (Michele and me), and Kevan would talk briefly about a couple techniques to use with the DSLR. Today's techniques: holding your camera, exposure, ASI and Manual mode. He wants us to solely use the Manual mode these first few ...