Casa Jazmin

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

    The Sunny South

    A travel blog entry by maryberry on May 24, 2012

    ... Granada, I got to see an entirely different side of Spain. Galicia has ancient Roman ruins and Celtic culture, while Granada has sangria, evidence of the brutal Reconquista, and beautiful remnants of Moorish architecture. Granada's winding streets had me disoriented instantly, but the charm of the narrow lanes and sunsoaked stone had me hooked.

    For two days, my parents and I dined on tapas and drank tinto de verano (a variation of sangria with a hint ...

    Day 10 - Kindness and free chicken

    A travel blog entry by annike on Jul 18, 2011

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    ... not take us because it was getting late and dark already, voicing concern about us being somekind of criminals or something. But our Czech guy translated that he was only going closeby and that's why he wouldn't take us. In the end he did help us to get a ride. It was around 11 o'clock in the evening when we got a ride out of that gas station from a Spanish couple. Too bad we forgot to take a picture of our Czech helper and ask for his name, but he ...

    Las Alpuharras

    A travel blog entry by horsham on Jan 17, 2011

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    ... straight from it. One of these fountains even promised us that drinking from it would mean we’d find a husband.. Im sure my new found cooking and cleaning skills have that part sorted but I drank it anyway.
    On Sunday Esmee went to the sierra nevada to go skiing, so I did two loads of washing (that should be just about everything that was on the bedroom floor), finished a book (jodi picoult’s nineteen minutes) and slept because I was thoroughly exhausted. Soon ...

    A Taste of Morocco

    A travel blog entry by chadk on Jul 08, 2010

    1 photo

    ... trinkets, teapots, and more. Even though we had a great time in the teteria, we still had an appetite, so we stopped in at a Chinese restaurant and ordered some noodles and spring rolls. Finally feeling satisfied, we returned to the plaza and met up with the rest of the group.

    From there we took a bus up the mountain to the famous Alhambra. We entered the complex and took advantage of the shade from the beaming sun. Our tour was given ...

    Europe's frying pan!

    A travel blog entry by emmafox on Jul 04, 2010

    71 photos

    ... out when they step onto the floor. Of the three girls there was one who was a 69 year old lady who despite her age still had the moves and could clap out the most incredible beats with her castanets. The performance lasted just over an hour, during which I tried a Tinto de Verano which means summer red wine. It was basically a red wine mixed with a soft drink like lemonade. It was really cool and refreshing, but needed a little less wine and a little more lemonade for my liking. ...