I’ve dreamt of visiting Granada since I was a young girl reading novels set in the days of Muslim rulers, and then in the period of Isabella of Spain. My dream is finally coming true!
Getting organised to make this trip has been no mean feat! Student timetables had to be rejiggled so I could have today off to add to the public holiday which is tomorrow. I’ve put in very long hours, cramming in the extra lessons as well as maintaining all my freelance deadlines.
I’m very luck to work with great people who’ve helped make this possible through their understanding and flexibility.
We’re travelling through hill country dotted with olive groves and the road climbs higher and higher past fields sprinkled with wild poppies whose vibrant red adds a bold splash of colour to the greenery. Far in the distance the snow capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada loom and I can’t wait to reach our destination.
4 thoughts on “Granada – here I come!”
I’m planning a trip to Spain in a couple of months and trying to decide if to add Granada to the list?! Let me know what you think!
James, it’s a definite must see! But book your Alhambra tickets now – I’ll blog about it in couple of days 🙂
Enjoy and looking forward to pics
The old bohemian town of Albaycin has to be my favourite in Granada and the lookout point from Mirador San Nicolas across to the Sierra Moutains and the Alhambra are quite spectacular.