Villa Turistica de Bubion
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... came when we encountered a very large number of sheep and goats being herded along a narrow path that we were walking along.
the good thing was that sheep don't attack as a 'pack' (they don't do they??) and we managed to get through the herd, sending them scrambling up the hill in panic. But not before I (Melinda) panicked first.
Goats are freaky! Be sure to play the video with the sheep and goats, its very funny.
By Melinda, fearer of Goats
... less chance of getting lost. The hardest part was finding the mountain road after going around and round in circles (following the phone GPS navigator) trying to get out of a small spanish town called La Zubia. I'm sure La Zubia is a lovely little town but not when you are getting frustrated trying to escape its tiny winding one way streets with their high walls and bad signage. Eventually we just turned the GPS off ...
... civilized). There was a large cafeteria inside with both hot and cold foods. I decided to enjoy a hot lunch today of mixed vegetables, potatoes and chicken, along with a small bottle of white wine and coffee. There was also a gift shop, a gourmet olive oil shop and a Jamon tasting shop on the top floor (but it was closed).
After lunch we continued towards Granada, passing huge fields of olive groves as far as the eye could see, along with some ...
... on the hill that you don't get in WA because the mountains are always so far in the distance.
Tonight is the official "fiesta" night and so some of us are going to go out and explore some of the tapas places. But can't stay out too late because tomorrow we are going to the Sacromonte and Arab Baths!
Take a look at my new friend, Bimba. She just got some new clothes and looks so stylish!
... rested their camels and themselves. Then over to the "Alcaiceria", a maze of narrow streets with about 200 tiny shops which in former days sold the silk but which are now all kinds of Moorish looking merchandise, from hookah pipes to harem pants. Then a stop to visit Ferdinand and Isabel in their coffins under the Royal Chapel they built for themselves and their marble tombs on the floor above. Legend has it that one of ...