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Travel Blogs from Torre-Pacheco
... thing we did on Friday upon arriving in Granada and it is well worth the visit. At night they light up the gardens and the fountains and we wandered around in the warm night weather taking in the moonlit roses covering archways, trees with delicate white flowers, manicured bushes and pathways, and a smallish building at the end of the gardens built around a large pool of water which gave off a soothing feel of tranquility despite the other tourists we were sharing the experience with. ...
... a 27% unemployment rate. As you can probably imagine, there are homeless people everywhere begging for pennies. It is very sad.
In Spain, things like heroin and marijuana are legal but guns are not. I am so confused by the setup of the politics here though in my classes we speak much about the differences in America and Spain.
Things with my senora (and my roommate) are doing much better. Celeste and I have been out to dinner a few times now and the ...
... an Irish Pub - a hangover cure that is not always readily available in Spain. At night we spent 2 hours in a Moroccan Spa - filled with pools of different temperatures, low lighting and cups of 'authentic' peppermint tea - our greedy Scottish palettes trying desperately to re-hydrate and rid the poison from our bodies - thoroughly enjoyed seeing myself and Matteo in our overly tight €3 knock off Speedos procured from a Chinese ...
... are little markets where you can buy anything from fruit and vegetables to clothes and rugs. It was really cool because everything in the market was so colorful and vibrant and so busy! It looked pretty cheap too, so now that Rebajas are finishing up, I'll have to head up there and do my shopping since I'm too pobre to shop in the normal stores now! Bummer :( While we were there, we also got to climb up to the bell tower of one of the old cathedrals of Granada. This was the first time ...
... the trees are planted is dug down so that the tops of the trees barely come above the height if the sidewalk. This is done so that while one is sitting (on a carpet) one can look out and enjoy the garden of plants and simultaneously this garden tapestry that has been set in plaster on all the walls. Very thin but precisely placed pillars support the large arching entranceways, and because of the small size do not detract from the ...
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