Granada

Granada, Gin and tonic, Iberian ham Padron peppers, the MOST beautiful women, lovely architecture, squares with dancing in the evening, tiny streets full of entries, happy people and of course Alhambra! Here’s how I remember Granada 😉

988fbe82972f6d066639fef160afe35eGin and Tonics, Iberian ham and…

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IMG_6893Padron Peppers. My Favourite Vegetarian tapas. A very mild chilli fried with sea salt. For a great recipe try this one. Its from honest cooking.com


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IMG_6787 IMG_6794The room at our hotel Villa Oniria was very comfortable. Great air conditioning in the August heat!IMG_6779

The outdoor seating for casual dining at Villa Onaria IMG_6800 IMG_6807 IMG_6808 IMG_6809 http://youtu.be/vWuL-CdKIkY

Dancing in the Square
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Kinght in shining amour 🙂IMG_6810 Street Art on Plaza De Bib-RamblaIMG_6938

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Tea anyone? Every flavour, flower, herb, and ailment… Theres a tea for you 🙂IMG_6815 IMG_6816IMG_6812 IMG_6818 IMG_6821 IMG_6827 IMG_6840 IMG_6841The Gardens of Alhambra
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Lovely Little eatries crammed together on Calle Navas. Full of colour and laughter and noise.IMG_6918 IMG_6922 IMG_6956

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