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Great delpeoples 2016-05-06 13:21

Caro Giovanni

A very different sight to when I saw the giant a few days prior. It certainly is impressive, as is your photo. There's always such an eerie atmosphere to this place, as history confirms, and your photo brings all the mystique, romance and tragedy that the Highlands are so famous for. Or maybe that's the third dram of whiskey talking. Thank you so much for making the huge hike to Ardnamurchan, it really was a fun day. I hope to see you again in Glasgae on tha morra - as my nan would say. Unfortunately I can't upload pics until I return home in June, so I look forward to your shots of the place.

Un abbraccio
Lisa

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Old 05-07-2016, 08:38 AM
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Default To ikeharel: the times are changing

Thank you Ike,

That was the second time that I was in Córdoba.
My first time was in July 1980. I do remember how hot it can be there in summer.

And I do remember the white alleys with flower pots on the walls. I can't remember there were many shops, at least not souvenir shops.
Some inhabitants of the Juderia rented a room for a supplementary income.
I stayed in that district at an incredible bargain price.

On my last visit I didn't see those rooms for rent anymore.
Today the Juderia is very commercialized. Perhaps I was there in the wrong time of the year. In the days around Christmas and New Year it seemed like every Spaniard was free and was visiting his country.

Yet I had a great time there.

Best regards from Belgium,
Paul
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