Today marks three weeks and three days in Granada…
We all got haircuts–at home!
Delivery of a winter’s supply of “gas-oil” (diesel)
Bar Kiki, across from school, the library, and the mirador San Nicolas
The after-school crowd at the mirador San Nicolas
Typical street in the Albaycin
An update to the original Albaycin wall
Albaycin wall from the inside
Albaycin wall from the outside
Granada’s bull ring is visible in the center of the picture
The Carmen de la Victoria is a beautiful and peaceful dorm with gardens for visiting faculty of the University of Granada
I love the surprise element of tapas, a small plate often provided with a glass of beer. This is migas—the soft part of hearty bread that’s been browned in hot olive oil—mixed with lardons and mild peppers.
Cocos, or coconut macaroons, purchased from the cloistered nuns down the street from our house