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Travel Blogs from Nerja
... had enough culture, we had a coffee in lovely hotel overlooking Granada and pretended we weren't povo backpackers (pikeys to you and me). On the way back to Nerja, we went into the Sierra Nevada mountains and visited to the ski resorts.
The drive up into Sierra Nevada was lovely - very steep mountains, winding road and amazing views over the hills near Granada. Once we made it to the top, the ski village seemed deserted, apart from a few mountain bikers and ...
... many faces and personalities. Everyone is friendly here and usually greet each other with "hola" or "buen dia". The Spanish language is different than anything I've ever experienced with "Cs" and "Ss" pronounced as "th". People also tend to drop vowels and words. For instance, "hasta luego" (translation: "see you later") has been replaced by "thlwego". And "gracias" is pronounced sometimes as "grathia".
... one in Egypt and Cape Town.
We were driven to the centre of the city where we had lunch and a bit of a shop. I was offered a Rolex watch!!!!!! for 5 Euro but declined and thought afterwards it would have been a good buy but too late when these offers are made you have to take advantage of them or they are lost forever. Never mind I will survive and anyway it possibly would have only lasted a month or two.
Back in the coach we were off again this time ...
... just walked around talking to everyone. I met some really nice kids so hopefully we can maintain contact with them throughout the semester because it is really beneficial to learning Spanish and the fun sites in Córdoba if we have Spanish friends.
The other development of the week was that Yolanda, the medical student I was living with, moved out. It turns out that having another student living in the same house with her while she was trying to study for ...
... Ive decided to spend the day at home.. That seemed like a good idea until upstairs decided they fancied some renovations done. Now I think staying home has worsened the head situation rather than improved it. On the up side, chocolate has lightened my mood considerably.
What happens when you put a Russian and an Aussie together and you ask them to speak spanish to eachother..?
Como es tu hombre ideal? - Whats your ideal man?