Caballo Blanco Trekking Centre
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... is probably the best place I could have grown up. It is a medium sized city right in between Dallas and Forth Worth which always meant that I could spend my days shopping at NorthPark like a celebrity and spend my nights prowling the streets at Sundance Square like a native Texan should. My house in Arlington is close to everything. There is a park next to my house where horses are bred, the bank and Chick-Fil-A are part of my neighborhood, the mall and Target are less than ...
... the donor. Telling them "No, gracias" seemed to have the desired effect. Apparently, they consider coins “bad luck”, so minimum donation becomes €5 (a bit steep – what a scam).
It looked like most of the group decided to tour the Church and see the memorial to Ferdinand and Isabella. Unfortunately, photos were not allowed inside, but I did get a couple of postcards to provide some record of my visit there. The altar area ...
... We decided immediately to leave and ended up at another hostel, called Funky Granada. It was indeed funky! It was the best/worst hostel ever. It had so much character, was very safe, relatively clean, and the owners were nothing but helpful. I would have liked it a lot more if there was heat, though, or maybe if I had brought 8 more layers of clothes to sleep in.
We woke up very early the next morning and headed to the Alhambra. We had to get our ...
... U.K while we were there and we spent an wonderful night with her and her host family, Alan's Dad and step mum. A wonderful meal of Indian food was laid on for all and we had such a good night. It felt great to be that welcomed into a group of people we had only known for a short while. We are both very proud that how we worked at Boom made us so many friends.
We spent over a week at Lanjaron doing very little ...
... to have made it alive! At the top we could shout across the valley to the other side of the caves. People then started shouting back at us (Evan said probably telling us to shut up!).
The walk back down was easy and went past the Alhambra. We were all in deep conversation as we made it to the parking lot at the Alhambra when one of the American guys twisted his ankle pretty badly. The “funny” part was that he had done this earlier in the tour and ...