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Chapter Thirty Three

Not sure what's in Pandoras Box but Anna just ate it!

Today we got our last train ticket! We are a little sick of trains now...
We had a 3 hour ride to Grenada, our 2nd to last stop on our trip!
An old lady at the bus station thought we were funny with our backpacks on and kept talking quickly in Spanish, we caught about 1/8th of what she said... But she was cute!

Made it easily to Granada and then, with no map and not great directions, went in search of the Oasis hostel. We found the bus, got off a few stops too early but finally arrived and checked in! It's a nice place, the wifi is iffy but the beds are comfy and we are in a great spot in town.
Here's a shot of the courtyard inside:
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We also ran into a girl, Jasmine, from Australia who was on our never ending walking tour in Sevilla! So, we walked around town with her for a few hours looking in shops, getting a little lost and finding a cute little church!
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This church is only "little" by comparison to the huge ones we've seen everyday! It was lovely and pretty big still and covered in gold!

We had a rest and went for dinner at about 9:30 pm.. Which is still early for dinner here..
Jasmine joined us and we went to a tapas place called 'Babel'. We ordered water to drink, got one free tapa with that water and each ordered another tapa. It was an eclectic mix of foods, the "fajitas" were more like quesadillas with ground meat and lots of pickles... But Anna decided to go crazy and order one called "el secreto de Pandora". This arrived and had purple cabbage, an avocado skin stuffed with some kind of pig meat and something that seemed to be a seaweed... And pink sauce in top.. It was very weird and even after we asked what it was we still aren't sure what she ate...
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The bill at the end was only 9 euros! We were very big fans of tapas in Grenada after that. Yay free food!

Posted by dillam7 07:59

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