Hola chicos and chicas!
On Thursday we all took a field trip to the Albayzin which is an area of Granada that is rich in history with amazing views of the Alhambra and the city! As we see more places we always talk about how surreal it feels to be here; we are always in awe of the people, places and overall culture. We walk everywhere, at least 3 hours a day, and the Albayzin was no different. There were many turns, hills, and sites on our walk, which made the time go by quick but still long enough to enjoy! However, we were always stopping for photos, since our parents have complained to us that they want more photos of us in them, and trying to catch our breath a bit. Hey, walking everywhere can be tiring sometimes!
*Side Note: For those who don't know, New Orleans is one of my absolute favorite places to visit because of the music and food; Granada is very similar that way. Going through the Albayzin we heard so many street musicians and while I didn't know what most of them were saying quite yet, I enjoyed the atmosphere. I wish there was more of that in the States!*
There are so many places that leave me speechless and the pictures never do them justice. You seriously need to get your passport, pack your bags and come to Granada to see it for yourself. I promise you, you will not be disappointed. Hopefully I'll get better at taking photos too.
I'd rather splurge on a good meal than a nice hotel, wine than water and plane tickets than club covers. Traveling and eating are my two favorite things, so follow my journey to see where I go and eat next! I'm just living my best life.