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Travel Blogs from Nerja
... waitress placed two heaping and steaming plates in front of us. We dug right in. The rice was fragrant, spiced perfectly and had a wonderful reddish-yellow colour that you get from saffron. The sautéed chicken, prawns, clams and other seafood I couldn’t recognize were all perfectly moist and fresh and they were clearly not being thrifty with the seafood. As I neared the end of my first plate, I wasn’t sure about taking my plate up for a ...
... bought 100ml size bottles and these had now run out. I also got a 4 pack of yogurt and some kiwi fruit and some apricots. It was all pretty cheap too. I didn't do too much in the heat of the afternoon as I was going to be going up to the Alhambra at night. It had started to cool down by now and the heat of the day wasn't so bad in the cool trees and gardens that shelter the roads leading up ...
... and we spoke english.
I have moved up the Andelucian coast an am now in god waiting room Nerja. Due to an oversight (or perhaps cruel joke) I have been placed in a seniors hotel. Thankfully non of them are drinking (interferes with the meds) so there is a full bar for me. yippee!
wish me luck for the 3 hour drive to granada in the shoebox-I am absolutely convinced it will clap out before I get there!
big love ...
... of flamenco. The main elements of this type of music include: The song, the dance, and the guitar. During our evening in CEGRI, a male and female duo played guitar and sang for us. All of the songs were very emotional; you could really tell there was true passion and meaning behind every flamenco song. They danced very little, but when they did it was very enjoyable!
In case anyone is interested, here is what a typical weekday in Granada looks like for me:
9:40 a.m: Get ...
... I know what I feel. I can put a label on it. Yes, I can.
And today, today I’m just calm and satisfied with everything and my life. Today, I feel like hugging the world saying: “Thank you for having me”.
So, what’s left for me to do? I am looking forward to the next run when I will feel free and satisfied again for something around an hour.
Today I passed ...