Travel Blogs from Orgiva
... and rode the bikes down into Orgiva to checkout the Thursday "hippy" markets. Found gaz !! Yay !! Rode back to the campground and had a lazy afternoon doing washing and stuff - evening up at the campground bar listening to a guy playing a sax and ...
... nun hands you a box of cookies and you pay. It was funny and more than a little be confusing, but dam they were some good cookies.
Leaving the hostel was really hard, if felt like I was leaving a new home, but the bus ride to Seville was peaceful, olive trees and green rolling hills in every direction.... ok so I was asleep for most of it but woke up every now and then (had a late night the night before, clubbing in Granada definitely fun) ...
... the rocky beach...it made playing volleyball slightly difficult and diving to get the volleyball on those rocks wasn't so fun. :-)
Also, the local club soccer team, Granada C.F., is vying for first place in the league so that they can move up to play with the big kids (Real Madrid and Barcelona) in La Liga. A win and a spot would be a tremendous victory for the city, so we have our fingers crossed! I'll let you know on ...
... br> yeah yeah yeah yeah oh yeah oh yeah oh yeah eeeeehhh
they can say whatever Imma do whatever do dodo dodoododododod
Im so hard.
so hardddddddd sooo hard sooooo hard so hard.
yeah yeah yeah
all up on it
ride this beat beat beat like a pony.
who knows where that conversation was going..
Currently watching dos hombres y medio. Thats right. two and a half men in ...
... and poor country which is only now waking from it’s great slumber thanks both to the death of Franco and the Euro being “forced” on them 8 years ago…but with 20% unemployment currently amongst Spanish workers who’s to say.
Since the death of Franco in the 1970’s, Spain has come a long way in embracing a plurality of thoughts and behaviors….lets be real….Spain has gone berserk and that’s one reason I love it here. ...