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New Artworks added

Hey hey Friends of decent Street Art and Granada-Travellers out there!

Thanks to my friend Kevin I was able to add some new pictures to the… 122 more words


Packing for Water Fun and Safety with Kids in Nicaragua

Nicaragua is definitively the land of lakes and volcanoes, but it also hosts fantastic mineral watering holes, impressive rivers you can navigate by boat and infinite miles of coastal beaches along the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. 699 more words


Malaga and home...

When we left White Nest Hostel in Granada, we were already discussing where we would go to on our next Andalucian next road trip. 961 more words

Food For Thought


Granada is often described as the dark, brooding and mysterious sibling of Sevilla – and we agree. We visited the Palacio de los Olvidados, a surprising museum which preserves Jewish culture and also features a collection of Inquisition torture devices. 82 more words


This used to be my door

It looks a bit pathetic now, but this is where I lived for six months in 1974: calle de Elvira, 140, Granada. On the second floor I had rented a room looking out over the street and the… 182 more words

Windows & Doors