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Last breakfast at Noordin Street Hotel and there was just the two of us. This is a quiet build up to Christmas for hotels. After breakfast we set about packing our suitcases. We were due to leave the hotel at 1 pm. With a bit of time to kill guess where we headed. Yes the Mall. Got back to pay bill and say good bye to staff, they were really nice people. Set off for bus station to catch a bus to another shopping mall, this one was for another purpose, it was where we had to pick ...
... br> with the water,
in the middle,
has nice lattice,
And the Moorish walls are very visual...
And her Master,
In their palace,
Of Moorish plaster,
in the country,
Until the fall of Muslim, for them a disaster...
Christians came then,
Made some changes,
Charles the fifth,
... be good, but it's certainly exceeding expectations! As expected, the wind is now decreasing, but it's still strong enough to be producing a few towers of loose snow on the high ridges above. Eventually, there's a descent back into and through the pine forest, with an easy finish through fields to get back to the Ermita Nueva. And a further sight of Trevenque as a bit of afternoon cloud drifts across just below its summit. An excellent day ...
... it went in one ear and out the others... Highlight of the day: Rebecca "Clare" Keelan bouncing her go pro out of her back pack into the deepest part of a trench 15 minutes before we had to be in the castle. The lovely grounds men got a ladder finally and went down and got it, only to be in disbelief at how small it is.. Ad the fact it was out of battery anyway haha. Classic Clare. After a good 3 hours of being interested and trying to concentrate in the Spanish heat, we bought our ...
... out of tiendas on the strip. One day after shopping, I changed pace. I went to my homestay and dropped off my bags, headed to a local fruit store and bought fruit to take to the people that lived on my street. I have never seen people so grateful for so little. On occasion, in America when I have offered food to the homeless, they have refused and asked for cash instead. The amount of spoiled that Americans are didn't even phase me until I got to this country and lived here. ...