Casa Jazmin

Address: Calle Ladera de la Ermita s/n, Orgiva, Andalusia, 18400, Spain and Canary Islands | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Calle Ladera de la Ermita s/n, Orgiva.
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    Travel Blogs from Orgiva

    Orgiva Hippy market

    A travel blog entry by saradavid on Jun 13, 2013

    4 photos

    Sara enjoyed a long (and rare) soak in a bath, before leaving Annes, got a lift back up to Sarah's with Jerry and Kate.

    Got the van back down the "track" to the main road, then drove to the camp ground just near Orgiva.

    Left the van in ...

    Finding Flamenco in Granada

    A travel blog entry by kgleeson on Aug 23, 2012

    69 photos

    ... senses after arriving in Granada was the smell of spices hanging in the air serving as a quick reminder of the rich Moorish background the city is famous for. The Moors were Muslims from North Africa who ruled this part of Spain successfully for a good six centuries. The palace of the Alhambra is one of the remnants of Moorish times and is one of Europe’s top sites attracting 7 000 tourists a day. It was my main reason for stopping off in Granada.

    On ...

    Ahhh, Granada!

    A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jun 18, 2012

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... his writing about Alhambra more damage may have been done to the sight but because of the attention he brought to the area he is honored with a plaque in the Alhambra and it was saved from further destruction.

    After we left the Alhambra we headed into the Old Town of Granada. Still today there are four distinct districts in the Old Town, Jewish, Muslim, Gypsy, and Christian. We visited the ...

    The Andalusian Dog

    A travel blog entry by jen-steve on Apr 21, 2011

    11 photos

    ... and we spent one of our evenings caught up in what may have been the most impressive procession we have seen in Spain. As the crowds were so huge, we couldn't actually follow behind, but from the sidelines we actually witnessed the procession of Granada's equivalent of "El Silencio".  We had read and heard of El Silencio while in Sevilla.  It is Seville's oldest brotherhood, dating back to the 1300's, and they are the most storied and reverent of the processions to ...

    Happy Thanksgiving!!

    A travel blog entry by bcoryat on Nov 19, 2010

    6 comments, 70 photos

    ... birthday, and we're hooked so now we go back each week. They are basically super fast go-carts with slick wheels on a slick track. It's a 9 minute adrenaline rush racing against about 6 other cars at a time. It's actually very serious racing and it's FUN!! David usually beats me and we're exhausted after just a few races. FUN!!

    Check it out on Youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQmnp9Mq N1M

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